+ 0 Votes Did you try LarryD4 4 years ago Did you try a PS2 Keyboard? + 0 Votes USB Legacy johntkyle January 4, 2013 at 1:26pm PST I had the same problem with my USB keyboard. I disabled USB Legacy support and was able to use my USB keyboard. + 0 Votes Check out your BIOS, in the USB section..... Peconet Tietokoneet Updated - 4 years ago In your BIOS (on start up, press the F1, F2 or DEL button on your keyboard), go to the USB section and make sure that the "Legacy" is marked "enable", and then "Save and Exit". Then make sure that your hdd is fully wiped with this program: Killdisk: http://www.killdisk.com/ It will take at least three to four hours to wipe your drive, but once it is done you should have no problems loading on your Windows XP operating system. Hope all goes well. + 0 Votes Installing windows without a ps2 port IRobBanks 4 years ago I am putting XP on a computer on a older computer that has had its hard drive wiped out. Like everybody else, my keyboard turns off right at the point of trying to hit enter to continue windows installion. I checked the setup menus and everything seems to be turned on and keyboard works fine during all of that. I have read that using a ps2 keyboard will solve this problem, only thing is that there are not any ps2 slots on this pc. I have checked and double check and they are just not there. So now I am stuck looking at a blue screen of windows set up without the ability to hit ENTER!!! Please if anybody knows how to help me that would be great + 0 Votes USB Legacy johntkyle January 4, 2013 at 1:26pm PST I had the same problem with my USB keyboard. I disabled USB Legacy support and was able to use my USB keyboard.