Question Can’t use my keyboard and mouse in bios

May 20, 2023
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So recently I installed fifa 23 and it was asking to switch on Secure boot setting from bios. When I enter the bios. My keyboard and mouse weren’t working at all.
can somebody help me with this? 😭my keyboard and mouse are windows and pls try to use easy term i am sought of new to pc things

https://ibb.co/zJLWYkp (image of bios)
 
May 20, 2023
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Both mouse and keyboard are wired 😭 tried every usb port, even those blue one which are directly connected. But both does work
and yea why the <Mod Edit> would fifa want secure boot 😭😭😭 it’s the only game that gave me this error
 
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DaleH

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Both mouse and keyboard are wired 😭 tried every usb port, even those blue one which are directly connected. But both does work
and yea why the <Mod Edit> would fifa want secure boot 😭😭😭 it’s the only game that gave me this error
one can usually find something with an internet search: "fifa and secure boot" resutls: "As mentioned previously, the “Secure Boot” error in FIFA 23 is primarily caused by an issue with the game's anti-cheat itself, the best way to weed out the error is to directly uninstall and then reinstall the anti-cheat software."
 
So recently I installed fifa 23 and it was asking to switch on Secure boot setting from bios. When I enter the bios. My keyboard and mouse weren’t working at all.
can somebody help me with this? 😭my keyboard and mouse are windows and pls try to use easy term i am sought of new to pc things

https://ibb.co/zJLWYkp (image of bios)
Since your motherboard has a ps/2 keyboard port, perhaps a usb to ps/2 adapter might work.
 
PS/2 support has to be built-into the USB device or those passive adapters won't work. The latest USB mouse I have that supports those adapters is the Logitech RX250 from 2009. MX518 from 2005 and MX518 v2.0 from 2007 also work perfectly with them, whereas Microsoft's similar vintage Comfort Optical Mouse 3000 from 2005 works except the side (backspace) button doesn't work when in PS/2. There are of course expensive active protocol adapters to convert more modern USB devices to PS/2

You'd expect such a recent motherboard to default to USB keyboard and mouse support enabled though, so all you may need is a CMOS clear