Re: F9 Installation DVD won't boot correctly

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2008/5/14 Mikkel L. Ellertson <[email protected]>:
> Dave Cross wrote:
>>
>> I've downloaded and burnt an installation DVD for Fedora 9 it doesn't
>> work.
>>
>> The system boots to the first screen where I am prompted to press
>> enter to begin the installation. But it acts as though the keyboard
>> isn't connected. I can't press enter and therefore can't start the
>> installation.
>>
>> This is the third consecutive Fedora release where I've had this
>> problem. FC6 worked fine, but 7, 8 and 9 have all failed in the same
>> way. Previously I've used a "yum upgrade" to get round it, but I'd
>> really like to get to the bottom of this problem.
>>
>> The laptop is a Philips Freevent X51 which is really a rebadged
>> Twinhead Notebook 12D.
>>
>> If anyone can suggest a way to start debugging this issue then I'd be
>> very grateful.
>>
> Dumb question - does the BIOS offer a legacy USB option, and does the
> keyboard appear as a USB device?

The BIOS does have a legacy USB option, and it's set to "auto".

No idea if the keyboard is seen as a USB device. How would I check that?

Cheers,

Dave...

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