WHY WONT MY COMPUTER RECOGNIZE MY KEYBOARD?

Question

My keyboard is no longer recognized by system. Hardware manager shows drivers loadeded but device not detected. Ive replaced the orginal keyboard with same results, even switched from Ps2 port to USB (USB keyboard enabled in CMOS). When USB is connected the drivers load but error is encountered and device fails with error code 041. I can operate the delete key to get into CMOS and the Y and N keys work while in CMOS. I've run norton AV and nothing is detected. I tried restoring computer to previous date but that did not fix the problem. just a note, everthing else seems to work on the system.

Answer

This question was answered on January 22, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

IN BIOS, IT PROBABLY WAS ASSIGNED THE WRONG I/O#, MAKE SURE IT IS ASSIGNED AS #1.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on January 22, 2004