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Keyboard not found - Press F1 to skip or press Del to enter setup

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by DMK91, Oct 23, 2009.

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  1. DMK91

    DMK91 Thread Starter

    Aug 7, 2009
    OS: Windows 7
    Keyboard: Logitech G11
    Attached to one of the 4 USB ports at the back of my PC - returns error on all 4.
    Attached during active OS, meaning autoinstall of driver software, on all 4, and attached during shut down PC, meaning no autoinstall of driver software, on all 4 of the ports.
    Yet, this error message which has never occured to me before:
    1 AMD North Bridge, Rev 62
    Initializing USB Controllers .. Done.
    4096MB OK
    USB Device(s): 1 Keyboard, 1 Mouse, 1 Hub, 4 Storage Devices
    Auto-Detecting Pri Master.. AThrI CDROM
    Auto-Detecting Pri Slave... Not Detected
    Auto-Detecting SATA-1 ..Hard Disk
    Pri Master : TSSTcopr CDDVDW SH-SZZZA  SA00
    [Indent] Ultra DMA Mode-4
    SATA-1 : Maxtor STM3250310AS 3.AAF
    [Indent] Ultra DMA Mode-6, S.M.A.R.T. Capable and Status X
    Auto-detecting USB Mass Storage Devices ..
    Device #01 : Generic USB SD Reader *HiSpeed*
    Device #02 : Generic USB CF Reader *HiSpeed*
    Device #03 : Generic USB SM Reader *HiSpeed*
    Device #04 : Generic USB MS Reader *HiSpeed*
    Keyboard not found
    [COLOR="Red"]Please press 'F1' key skip warning message,or 'Del' Key enter Setup![/COLOR]
    Also, the BIOS isn't really helping me any further, everything related to USB seems to be enabled.

    The keyboard IS functioning though, hence the weird message:

    Keyboard not found, press KEY to continue.

    All default keys on the keyboard work as they should, I am able to press F1 on it and Del to enter the setup, but still it's being read as if it's not found.

    So, any suggestions?
  2. DMK91

    DMK91 Thread Starter

    Aug 7, 2009
    Sorry to do so, but this post requires a bump.
  3. Sami27


    Oct 25, 2009
    Okay go to control panel,administrative tools,computer management,(look in the system tools category)Device manager,press on keyboard,right click on your keyboard and press properties,press on the driver tab,press uninstall,the look in the device manager at the third button from the right (the one with a pc on it) and press it and your done.
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