|Of course you helped! At least you've tried! In the meanwhile, I guess I already passed the problem away: I shut down the computer unplugged the mouse, I pressed de "esc" key (and kept it pressed), turned the machine on again, pressed "F1", then "Home", then "End" and finaly the "Y" key to save and quit. Just like that. And the system started but with no mouse. I tried to plug the mouse using the "PS2" adappter as usual (I only have 2 USB and a unusefull PS2), but it didn't work; the error came along again. Then I tried direcctly from the USB, and it's running allright. I believe the problem was in the adapter or in the PS2 entry.|
But thank you very much for answering.
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