I have dual booted Windows 10 and Ubuntu 17.04. I have Intel DH67BL motherboard which does not support PS/2 keyboard,mouse and am using Delux keyboard.

I have set GRUB to load Windows 10 by default within 10 seconds. But most of the (7/10)time when GRUB loads the keyboard is stuck. I can see the time running out in GRUB. But my keyboard gets stuck in GRUB menu. None of the key work(not even NumLock key).

But the keyboard works perfectly in BIOS, Windows Bootloader and all other boot programs. So what I am thinking is that, the problem is in GRUB. After searching a lot, here is list what I have tried:

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  • Ubuntu 17.04 was the 2017-April release of Ubuntu (Ubuntu releases are yy.mm in format) with a supported life of 9 months, release-upgrading to 18.04 LTS. It's now EOL & thus off-topic on this site unless question is specific about moving to a supported release. Use a LTS (long-term-support) release if you need a longer life or don't like release-upgrading every 6-9 months. (askubuntu.com/help/on-topic) – guiverc Jul 12 at 13:46
  • So what should I do now ??? – wasif mohammad Jul 12 at 13:49
  • @wasifmohammad Start by upgrading to a supported release. – GabrielaGarcia Jul 12 at 13:52
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    Ubuntu 17.04 upgraded to 17.10, however 17.10 went EOL long ago (18.10 goes EOL next week). A re-install is the easiest upgrade path; but don't miss the window and you can view the release notes for the next release for steps to release-upgrade (which is not possible for you, as 17.10 is EOL). A re-install using 'something-else' without format will not erase your files, though you should still backup first. – guiverc Jul 12 at 13:55