03-04-2011 01:19 PM
Logitech MK320 keyboard Linix Pinguy OS arrows not working during boot process when recovery screen shows kernels that may be selected to perform recovery procedures.
Is the keyboard defective, not able to function as a key board without full OS loaded, and or is there some kind of workaround or way to run the recovery procedure? Sorry did not know how to word the question. Will appreciate any input to help me be able to Recover a kernel that is corrupted. I'm not much into command line but can do it if shown what to do. Thanx SW%:@
03-09-2011 06:13 AM
Although Logitech does not "official" support their products in any Linux OS, there is one thing you can test. Up until Nov. 2010, all my USB based "keyboard" never worked in accessing my BIOS screens and my "multi-boot" menu. I then changed my USB connections around. I then found that to get a USB keyboard to work with anything before a USB driver is loaded, connect the keyboard to a rear, on-board USB port.
03-09-2011 12:13 PM
I have accessed bios with it.
My USB dongle was plugged in tha back side of the pc next to other usb port and Ethernet port and below thw ps2 ports and power plug.
This is sad because I liked the unit otherwise. However I have to have a fully funtional unit outside the Microsoft Monopoly trap.