2ny wrote:I would have a look inside the BIOS Setup - possibly check for a BIOS Update?
Inside (somewhere) there is usually an option to Enable/Disable USB Legacy Support.
I think that's the term, but look around different BIOS's could possibly name it differently.
Whatever it is set to - change it and see what happens. Or try Flashing!
Tony. . .
wolfden wrote:out of curiosity paste your output of
# xset -q
also try running
# kbdrate -r 30 -d 250
and see if that helps, that should change the rate
2ny wrote:Too bad - one other thing that comes to mind is that since this is a multi-media keyboaard it may require a USB2.0 connection - most USB enabled modern PC's have connectors for both standards try the other connectors because you cannot see the difference unless you have photographic memory of your motherboard manual.
Also, have you tried a PS2 keyboard?
Tony. . .
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