How to make a USB keyboard work on a DOS BOOT drive?

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How do I successfully use a flashBIOS of a VOT125 computer with an AMI BIOS? It seemed that the BIOS do not provide any options for USB support or legacy support for this. It only has USB ports as its interface for the kb and the mouse (no PS2). Although I have tried creating a DOS BOOT flash USD drive, boot and get to a C: prompt I still can’t get the USB keyboard to work at all. In fact, I even tried to copy all "reasonable" .com files from a typical DOS directory into the flash drive. How might it likely be able to “enable” the keyboard to at last work on my PC when booting the DOS flash drive? Can you give me the steps I must take to do this?

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How to make a USB keyboard work on a DOS BOOT drive?

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The usb keyboard would work even if you are not using any operating system because drivers are loaded by the BIOS which is the basic input output system of your pc. So if you are not able to run the keyboard in bios look for an option to enable usb keyboard somewhere with legacy options. Just enable it and the keyboard will work fine whether it is DOS or Windows or Bios. If you are unable to find a option like this and is not able to run keyboard in dos then I think you are out of luck here. 

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