No, the BIOS offers little control. It seems the only influence I have is to choose Operating System: Other/Win95/Win98-NT5. I assume that this is a setting that controls whether or how the BIOS should configure PNP devices.

On 5/14/2016 6:35 AM, Don Flowers wrote:
Does you bios setup have an option to allocate irq or memory for ISA?

On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 8:19 PM, Bret Johnson < <>> wrote:

    If your motherboard has USB built into it, it could be related to
    that.  The way Legacy USB Support works for mice and keyboards is
    that it puts the CPU into temporarily System Management Mode (SMM)
    and virtualizes the PS2 I/O ports through the PCI bus.  Legacy USB
    Support is actually a very ugly kludge.

    Older motherboards wouldn't let you mix PS2 and USB at the same
    time, so you usually have to disable Legacy USB Support if you
    want to use PS2 devices.  If your MB doesn't have USB support,
    this can't be the problem.  I'm also not sure why the network card
    has anything to do with it, but if the BIOS is screwed up for USB
    there's no telling what else is wrong with it.

    Maybe a trail to investigate, anyway.

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