Some doubt about USB device.
On Tue, 19 Jun 2001 15:39:00 +0800, you wrote:
>(1) If USB mouse or USB keyboard is used under Windows environment, they
>can easily be detected. Then, if I use USB mouse and USB keyboard in
>DOS, then how can both of them be detected?
>Or, if I buy a new DIY PC with USB mouse and USB keyboard, then, how can
>I configurate my BIOS and setup my Windows OS (before any USB driver can
>be loaded)? Then, it seems that I also need (or borrow) standard
I think some recent BIOSs include low-level support for USB keyboards
- may or may not work completely in DOS though.
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