I'm using an ATX-PC with a Celeron400 and an Asus Mainboard - so far
with a Win98-System.
I partitioned and formatted the harddisk und tried to install W2k via
This is what happened next:
The bootprocess worked fine, up to the point where you're welcomed to
Windows 2000 Setup. At that stage one should press ENTER to install
Win2k. BUT when I pressed ENTER nothing happened.
The whole keyboard was simply not recognised.
It worked fine with Win98 and within the BIOS.
It's an DIN-Keyboard with a PS/2 adapter. But this should not give cause
for concern, cause I use the same configuration on another PC where the
keyboard works fine.
After all I managed to install Win2k WITHOUT any keyboard-keys to be
pressed from a Win98-Installation, which I again installed.
Now I have a "functioning" win2k-installation but the system won't
accept ANY keyboard-keys pressed.
Does anyone have an idea what to do about that problem??
I already changed the keyboard and tried another one - but that also had
THANKS FOR ADVICE!