you need
  • - USB-keyboard;
  • - computer (laptop);
  • - ROM with software.
Read the instructions that came with your USB-keyboard.Find out whether you want to install the driver on your computer before you connect a keyboard.The operating system automatically installs the driver immediately after the determination of the connected device.Sometimes you need to manually install the drivers.In this case, the device comes with an installation CD with instructions.
Check software from the manufacturer for compatibility with your version of the operating system.In the absence of documented information on compatibility, try to connect the keyboard to the computer.Probably, the operating system will be able to find the driver that
is compatible with your device.
Select the USB-port to which your keyboard is connected.Turn off the computer.Connect the keyboard cable to the port USB.Turn on the computer.The operating system will alert you that the device is ready for operation (if the find and automatically install the driver).Or prompt you to insert the disk into the drive and install the driver yourself.
Open the drive.Insert the driver disk in the tray.Close the drive and wait for the boot disk.Install the keyboard driver, following the instructions on your computer monitor.After driver installation verify whether there is a need to install additional software (see instructions).
If the keyboard does not work, try connecting it to another USB-port (pereprobuyte all available).Go into the BIOS and check whether to enable support for USB-keyboard.It must be so: USB Keyboard Support - Enabled.In extreme cases, use an adapter USB / PS-2 keyboard port PS-2 (included with most USB-keyboards).