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GRUB not responding to keyboard

I installed Ubuntu 12.4LTS on dual boot with Windows XP on my 7 year old desktop PC 2 months ago. Everything worked perfectly in both Ubuntu and XP until last week when I removed LibreOffice from ...
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Ubuntu Keyboard Issue [Mac]

I was running OS X Mavericks and I wanted to try out Ubuntu... It worked just fine until I rebooted and couldn't use the arrow keys on my Apple Bluetooth keyboard to select OS X from the Dual Boot ...
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After installing Ubuntu 12.04 with Wubi, dual boot is not possible, keyboard is not recognized, and BIOS cannot be edited

I've tried installing Ubuntu 12.04 by running Wubi on Windows Vista (64-bit version). My motherboard is Asus P5Q3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP @n. After the installation is finished and I reboot the PC, Ubuntu is ...
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How do I update an Intel motherboard BIOS using Ubuntu without a keyboard?

I'm using ubuntu 12.10 on intel nuc, and have no keyboard only a mouse attached.
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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge Fn keys bios settings stop working after a while

I have Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s. I have changed Fn key behaviors from bios so that F1,etc are defaults and media keys are only accessible with Fn key. I also made Fn key to work as toggle key and ...
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Kubuntu - Roccat keyboard does not work under GRUB and works partially in BIOS

The system specification GRUB boot loader OS: Windows 7 / Kubuntu 12.04 LTS Keyboard: Roccat Isku Motherboard: MSI Z77 MPower with the latest BIOS SSD/HDD: Kingston HyperX 3K (AHCI in BIOS enabled), ...
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Most basic input devices: What can we use other than a keyboard to make selections in the BIOS and during installation? [closed]

I wonder if there is anything else that might conceivably be used to input commands. I am sure there must be some imaginative possibilities!
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Pressing F1 to continue [closed]

I am running 12.04 studio on an asus pc. When I log on, I have to press F1 to continue. I am using a USB keyboard and get an error message saying "keyboard interface error press F1 to continue." Is ...
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Some keyboard keys not working since upgrade to 11.10

II.04 was working perfectly on my Acer Aspire 3050 laptop, until I upgraded a couple of days ago. Yesterday, I was unable to type in my password as only about half the keys on kb are working. I ...