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Description of problem:
I have computer with no CD ROM or internal floppy drive.
I copied ISO's on the hardrive and boot from external USB floppy from
TDK. I am using PS/2 keyboard and mouse both from Microsoft
When after first state of the install my computer is rebooted and
the USB floppy drive is still plugged in my mouse and keyobard stop
working. This problem doesn't happen if I unplug the USB floppy
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
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I have a hard time seeing how this isn't some weird BIOS bug, but it
could be something not resetting state properly.
I can actually reproduce it also in a different way. If I plugin USB
key (Lexar media) and reboot computer and the key is plugged in, then
the keyboard and mouse don't work. If the key is not plugged in
during boot and I plug it in later, the keyboard and mouse works.
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