My question - could someone please guide me to remove all the keyboard drivers and in case I have a problem with the new keyboard (my system is really old) can I copy the IBM one to disk in case I have to reinstall it?
Many thanks for any advice.
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Edited by pip22, 28 January 2007 - 03:35 AM.
Could you please give me 'step by step' directions to check this out? (Though I doubt mine will because it's not very modern - 6 years old).
many modern systems have an option in the BIOS settings to "Enable USB Keyboard" which allows the basic functions of a USB keyboard to work as soon as the PC BIOS has loaded. Sadly, my BIOS does not have that option, but yours may have, so check it.
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