On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 1:20 PM, STF <lapsap7+f...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 08:23, dos386 <dos...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> * I connected a USB keyboard to a DELL OptiPlex GX620
>>> (there is no PS/2 port in this model)
>> BIOS-level emulation
>>> * When the computer was booted with the CD, I was asked to press
>>> Enter to boot to CD.  Please notice that I pressed Enter to boot to CD,
>>> so it seems the Enter key (thus the keyboard) is working at this point
>> BIOS works so far
>> 2006 FreeDOS distros are buggy. I suggest installing FreeDOS
>> manually using latest components (kernel 2038).
> This doesn't work.  I've tried replace kernel.sys inside fdbasecd.iso
> ==> didn't work.  Then I replaced both kernel.sys and sys.com ==>
> didn't work either.
> There's a huge bug of compatibility with USB keyboard.

Have you tried Bret Johnson's USB stuff (e.g. keyboard)? I think I
heard one person (RaYeR?) a while back say it worked for him.


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