+ 0 Votes Use a USB keyboard... wizard57m-cnet Moderator December 14, 2012 at 7:15am PST attach USB keyboard to USB port on laptop. At POST, the computer should detect its presence and probably offer to enter BIOS setup. + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer wizard57m-cnet Moderator December 15, 2012 at 1:51am PST Not too fast with the copy/paste not working! While yes, it will not work to login to your user account at boot, there are several web pages that it will work on...I've been using ZDNet's Password Pro since my Windows 3.1 days to store passwords in, then using copy/paste to insert my passwords at a variety of web sites. Using the password generating capability of Password Pro you can create rather strong passwords that might be difficult to remember, so copy/paste works pretty well. Wiz + 0 Votes usb keyboard for sure dude714 December 14, 2012 at 12:00pm PST wow, you didn't try that first? been the first thing i would have done. and copy/paste won't work on passwords, either to load admin status on a version of windows or on web pages. just not a good idea to be able to do that.