Legacy usb support bios windows 8 - How can I enable USB legacy support on windows 8?

11th of May 2014 0

How can I enable USB legacy support on windows 8?

Question by Dave: How can I enable USB legacy support on windows 8?
I’m running a windows 8, I disabled UEFI boot to Legacy support boot, it all went well since I managed to get into the Windows 7 install file… but look at that the keyboard and mouse don’t work. I read a little on the internet and saw it’s something to do with Usb 3.0 and 2.0 (I have both and it didn’t work on 2.0 either) so I read something about legacy support but couldn’t find it on my bios. If you know where it is/ know any other way to make my keyboard and mouse work be my guest. (I’m running a brand new PC, http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&lc=en&docname=c03844649)

Best answer:

Answer by David Sptagent
Hello Dave

To enable Legacy Support on your computer is a rather simple matter if you know where to look. You were on the right track of going into the BIOS if you go to the BIOS go to Security than go to Secure Boot Configuration you will see Legacy Support right at the top. Simply Enable it then Save and Exit.

I work on behalf of HP.

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