|Hi, I don't know if this problem occurs often but my situation is as follows; I am working on my daughters computer in which I did a clean install of windows from the Compaq recovery disks along with all the other software that she uses on a regular basis. The only persistent problem is that I cannot access the BIOS with the PS2 Keyboard, let me rephrase that "The PS2 Keyboard is Inactive in BIOS only. It works fine while in Windows, as a matter of fact I am typing this with her computer. However her mouse I had to install a USB mouse because the PS2 mouse does not work at all. Could this be some kind of a connected incident or are they both a separate problem? Here are the SPECS for her computer;|
Compaq Presario SR1913WM
ASUS A8N-LA Motherboard (Compaq model)
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2Ghz
GeForce 6150 LE Chipset
512 Mb ram
120 Gb SATA 3G HDD 7200 rpm
16X DVD (+/-)R/RW (+/-)R DL LightScribe Drive
Windows XP Media Center Edition with SP3 installed.
So, any help will do in this regards. I do have an additional issue that comes up only if I leave the USB mouse or any USB HID plugged in but boots up fine when I unplugged that HID. (USB mouse and/or Keyboard). But right now my main concern is getting into the BIOS so that I can update it and also activate the Legacy USB device setting. Thank you in advance for any help you may provide me.