odd indeed - what kind of keyboard is it (usb/ps2 etc) - did you try another keyboard?
It's a laptop. Dell D630, but I tried that CD with 6510, 6520, etc. Something missing from that EETECH folder I copied over or something. Hmmm... I'm wondering if anybody has made one with a Bart PE EETECH having this problem. I some some older post that described this in the past, but I wouldn't think the same issue would occur in this build.
I wonder if I'm just missing something altogether.... Hmmmmm......
the keyboard is handled by the OS - not EETech, so it must be something missing there. You are building BartPE on a WinXP machine yes?
Time to upgrade to WinPE3 probably ;-)
No, I built it on a Windows 7 Enterprise laptop. I didn't the machine where I built the image would come into play. Would that make a difference?
Does BartPE support Win7? I've not tried that. From the BartPE page:
Supported Windows versions are:
- Windows XP Home Edition (must be slip streamed with Service Pack 1 or higher)
- Windows XP Professional (must be slip streamed with Service Pack 1 or higher)
- Windows Server 2003, Web Edition
- Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition
- Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
I believe johlee991 was saying that they built the disc using a Windows 7 laptop, but they weren't specificying the source OS for the BartPE build.
I have built BartPE discs many times using a Windows 7 computer, but the source OS was always WinXP Pro w/SP3.
Regarding the keyboard issue, the answer you seek is here: https://community.mcafee.com/message/213164
"Managed to fix the problem.
I copied the keyboard.ini and the drivers (.sys) files in plugins\keyboard folder and in plugins\WinPE
I found these files in system32 folder on my computer."