I burned a fresh iso of the i386 7.0-RELEASE-disc1, I've got my keyboard and mouse plugged in via USB. Upon successful boot of the install cd, the moment I press a key, it seems to stick, and that key code is repeated over and over again.

For example, the "Select Country" is the first menu to appear. If I press the down arrow, and immediately release, it will move all the way down to the bottom of the list and get stuck there. Meaning I can't do anything else. No switching to a different VT. If I hit enter on the first selection "United States" it will bring me to the main menu, but it will act like the Enter key is still depressed and will endlessly cycle through menus.

I've search the mailing-list archive, and good, and found similar problems with USB legacy settings in the BIOS. My BIOS does not have this setting, so I'm not sure what to do from here. Additionally, I have yet to find an instance of anyone having the same exact problem.

Any advice would be very appreciated.
Thank you.
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