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Contact Us - Advertising Info - Rules - LQ Merchandise - Donations - Contributing Member - LQ Sitemap - Main Menu Linux Forum Android Forum Chrome OS Forum Search LQ Offline #3 2012-06-17 06:50:47 bigshotjeev Member Registered: 2012-06-03 Posts: 24 Re: [SOLVED] Keyboard not responding in Grub Dear Headkase. I have Windows 8 on a Surface Pro 3 and while it's similar to Windows 7 (once you install Classic Shell, etc.) I'm more happy with 7. Did the GoF really thoroughly explore "Pattern Space"? weblink

stabu DamnSmallLinux 1 04-16-2007 01:01 AM Grub with a USB keyboard and no bios support king_scott_2 Linux - General 9 01-26-2006 08:01 AM All times are GMT -5. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group. However, GRUB 2 (specifically, 1.99-27+deb7u1 as shipped in Debian Wheezy) isn't quite so happy. I've been focused on getting a working, stable, dual-boot machine in place.

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I would try an offboard USB controller if I had one handy. Changed boot sequence from Floppy,HDD to CDROM,HDD. What are the compiled costs of each Formula function more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us Password Debian This forum is for the discussion of Debian Linux.

I generally reboot my system so that keyboard works well while in GRUB and after some time it is hanged. I manage to get into Windows by first unhooking the non-Windows hard drives before rebooting. Is there an actual army in 1984? Bios Keyboard Not Working This is not code for keyboards and other devices.

Thanks again for guiding me into the right direction ... I have another computer, with the same keyboard model (but the computer itself is a lot newer). Also, the USB stuff all works fine in the BIOS screen and in Ubuntu. https://codeyarns.com/2015/09/25/keyboard-not-working-in-grub-boot-menu/ Hope it help as well.

In Novell/SUSE Bugzilla #839071, Cygni3d (cygni3d) wrote on 2013-10-05: #21 (In reply to comment #16) > Great job tracking this one down, guys! > > The fix will be to add Grub Change Boot Order Things started acting up by the time I added the desk hub, to which I had hooked up two devices: my mouse and drawing tablet. Is adding the ‘tbl’ prefix to table names really a problem? In my case I had to enable the BIOS option "use USB in DOS".

Ubuntu Keyboard Not Working After Boot

What is "Cresol Soap"? https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=143479 If this means semi-random guided hacks that get me where I want to be, I'm OK. Grub2 Keyboard Not Working Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated ... Grub2 Usb Keyboard Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Remote bug watches novell-bugs #838864 [RESOLVED NORESPONSE] Edit novell-bugs #839071 [RESOLVED FIXED] Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other

Previous examples of large scale protests after Presidential elections in US? http://searchwebmedia.com/keyboard-not/grub2-usb-keyboard-not-working.html NumLock is now toggled off at boot time, but NBD. One person with the same trouble said they detached the GRUB drive so they could get into Windows and then made sure they installed all available Windows updates. I am very new to Ubuntu however would someone be able to explain in VERY NOOB terms how to apply this fix if it would work for me? Ubuntu 14.04 Keyboard Not Working

My keyboard is a USB Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600. I left my computer off this morning, after getting onto Windows fine and no one has had the opportunity to use my computer since I last did this morning. In Novell/SUSE Bugzilla #839071, Bwiedemann (bwiedemann) wrote on 2013-10-11: #24 This is an autogenerated message for OBS integration: This bug (839071) was mentioned in https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/202960 Factory / mkinitrd In Novell/SUSE Bugzilla check over here It is a dual boot system with Widnows 8.1 alongside.

Something strange going on which I will get to the bottom of eventually, but could take some time. It looks as if the fix in comment 21 did not make it in time. In Novell/SUSE Bugzilla #839071, purevw (purevw) wrote on 2013-09-28: #14 I have the same problem, reported under bug: 838864 I am currently running kernel-default-3.11.1-4.1 and the problem still exists.

Rebooted with NO CD in drive (GRUB not updated),keyboard now works at GRUB screen so can access all options.

asked 5 years ago viewed 2633 times active 4 years ago Related 0How to modify GRUB to boot from e.g.: USB or CDROM?3PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse not working AFTER boot2USB keyboard I conceded that this explanation lacks technical merit. WE NEED THAT FIX NOW. I think this might be a mkinitrd problem > rather than actually being the kernel.

Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront? Is changing DPI of LED harmful? I did as full a test as I could think of and each time the system came back completely normally. this content It is not an os problem.

Possibly all the extra characters at the > end of the newer kernel names is causing problems? Draw diagonal lines of text ArcGIS Desktop, Attribute Table with drop down menus Is there any benefit from using SHA-512 over SHA-256? What kernel (arch/flavor)? > > On my system with a 3.11 kernel, I see usbhid in the initrd so it should work > fine. Search this Thread 09-15-2014, 01:48 PM #1 bagadbilla LQ Newbie Registered: Jul 2014 Posts: 6 Rep: USB Keyboard not working (NO BIOS, NO GRUB MENU SELECTION) I have Debian

It is not an os problem. I have looked through the Q&As for a solution, the nearest refers to BIOS keyboard setup, but as my keyboard works in BIOS I don't think this is the cause. And sad Windows then ignores the USB keyboard. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.

This is the output: Kernel image: /boot/vmlinuz-3.11.1-1.gcee6127-desktop Initrd image: /boot/initrd-3.11.1-1.gcee6127-desktop KMS drivers: radeon Root device: /dev/system/root (mounted on / as ext4) Resume device: /dev/system/swap enabling LUKS support for /dev/disk/by-id/ata-[redacted]-part2 (cr_ata-[redacted]-part2) [BLOCK] Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org? This is the build (3.11.0-2.1.g0a1c41f) available from: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Kernel:/stable/standard/ Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. I have tested a Logitech wireless keyboard and a generic/brandless USB keyboard.

At the moment I am only able to work with half my system which is very frustrating.