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The keyboard does not work when installed in a Windows environment.

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In Dos keyboard works normally, the BIOS can see an external drive or a bootable flash drive. As soon takes over from DOS install Win7, dislodged two USB 2.0 ports. You must perform a hard reboot. External DVD drive, or a bootable flash drive is visible in BIOS. When using F9 can choose the option execution. After running Win PC retrieves files and start Windows. When the "Select language and other" cease to function any pointing device. Just get out the ability to control the installation using the keyboard. Likewise, DVD external drive. Win in the environment are actually no drivers for USB 3.0 or 2.0. I tried to install All gradually Win: XP, Vista, 7th, 8.1, 10th 32 bit, 64 bit, and proof home. and for orig. Media or bootable flashdrive. ends are always the same.

Perhaps it is a trick to know. It is a new system, but the principle is still the same Win installed. In fact a number of successful installations Win up to such a challenge the first time. So, unfortunately, I do not know.

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