Can't boot from CD/Keyboard won't work
Alright, so here's my issue.
I'm trying to install XP on my Computer. I'm tired of Windows 7 and want to go back to XP. Here's the problem though...
When i first turn on the computer with the installation disc, it tells me to "Press any Key to boot from CD"
Well, i can't "press any key" because for some reason my keyboard isn't recognized. I'm able to get into the BIOS when the computer first turns on, but after that, it's just not recognized. It also works once i'm logged into windows.
Now, i've heard that i can fix this by Enabling USB Legacy Support. Well i can't find that option ANYWHERE in the BIOS. I have Phoenix-AwardBIOS and i don't see that setting anywhere.
I've also tried different USB Keyboards but have had no luck. My motherboard doesn't have any PS/2 ports so i'm stuck with USB. I've tried using a PS/2 to USB Adapter, but that didn't work either.
I've tried to avoid the whole keyboard issue completely and install XP on my Harddrive using a different computer and it installed successfully.(i used the same keyboard/disc so i know neither my keyboard/disc is bad) But when i put the Harddrive back in my other computer, it just continuously reboots itself before getting to the Windows Welcome Screen.
Please...Any help is GREATLY appreciated.