|Logitech K120 Keyboard Is Not Recognised Upon Windows XP Startup|
Recently my PS/2 keyboard had lost a couple of its pins rendering me without access to my computer as I require a keyboard to enter my account password.
So I purchased a Logitech K120 keyboard to replace the broken one. However, it is a Plug and Play USB keyboard which is recognised by BIOS but not by Windows when I boot up. Right around the startup screen with the famous Windows logo it no longer responds. If it were to respond by the user login screen, my computer first requires a System Key making that impossible.
I have perused through BIOS so desperate to even pick and try some of the settings with no luck. I went through various options from PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION, CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP, BIOS FEATURES SETUP, INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS, tried combinations, etc. And I am now typing to you from a bootable CD in Linux.
If there are options I can set in Bart PE or Falcon Four, I have those bootable disks.
I am certainly not going to weld the pins back onto the PS/2 keyboard, so is there anything, from my situation, I can do or try to get my USB keyboard functioning in Windows?
Thank you very much,
Your help is greatly appreciated.