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Guess you don't want to let loose of that USB vs PS2 info right now but thats OK, "Deep Throat" kept his secret for 30+ years. :tazz:

You may want to head over here and download first, the latest 4 in 1 Hyperion Drivers and then the USB drivers. I can't answer whether or not a BIOS update would help you out but you can get that info from Everest too - its odd to me that fast write support is not evident in your current video configuration and a BIOS update may address that issue along with a couple of others.

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Guess you don't want to let loose of that USB vs PS2 info right now but thats OK, "Deep Throat" kept his secret for 30+ years.  :tazz:

You may want to head over here and download first, the latest 4 in 1 Hyperion Drivers and then the USB drivers. I can't answer whether or not a BIOS update would help you out but you can get that info from Everest too - its odd to me that fast write support is not evident in your current video configuration and a BIOS update may address that issue along with a couple of others.

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Updating as we speak. My keybord(wireless comfort edition has 2 cables, one goes into usb n one into keyboard ps2. If i remove ps2 the mouse dies. More info after updates are done. ;)
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Itīs really weird. It says a standared keyboard canīt be found so i plugged one in and the wireless came up next to it. So i switched again and it dissapeared from the list. :tazz: ;) ;) :) :)
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I'll try to look your keyboard up later but most of those use (1. a PS2 adapter on the USB and require both mouse and keyboard to be PS2) or (2. they require no PS2 connections be used when the single USB is plugged in.) At least most Logitech's are that way - I've only used a few Microsoft wireless kbd & ms combinations.

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I'll try to look your keyboard up later but most of those use (1. a PS2 adapter on the USB and require both mouse and keyboard to be PS2) or (2. they require no PS2 connections be used when the single USB is plugged in.) At least most Logitech's are that way - I've only used a few Microsoft wireless kbd & ms combinations.

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Yeah you would think it should work with just the usb but thats apparently just the mouse n it woks fine. Two days with the screenkeyboard. Im even getting used to it. :tazz: ;)
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For some reason i can't update my bios either. Can't find the files though they are clearly seen on disc.
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Well i reinstalled everything n lost....well everything but it works. Thank you XP for nothing. :tazz:
Cutting edge my [bleep]...
Only support given is by users not by company. ;) :ph34r: :oops:

Edited by FusionFX, 03 June 2005 - 04:35 PM.

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You kind of half lost me but the remaining half is interpreting this as a halfway positive happening. When updating a BIOS, one has to (I still do it the old fashioned way) prepare a boot disk with startup files, the flash utility and the BIOS bin files.

Regardless, I hope you now have a working system with a working keyboard.

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Any recoveryprogram that can be installed n used afterwards?

*Making new thread* :tazz:

Edited by FusionFX, 04 June 2005 - 07:11 AM.

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