Windows 10: No keyboard in Safe Mode

  1.    10 Oct 2016 #1

    No keyboard in Safe Mode

    When I run Safe Mode, the keyboard works only until I have to press 4 to run Safe Mode. Then it stops works.
    In Safe Mode, I can use only mouse. Why?
    My keyboard is a Logitech G105 with latest drivers, via USB. Windows 10 has latest updates as well.
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  2.    10 Oct 2016 #2

    It may be you don't have legacy USB support enabled in your BIOS. Presumably you have a desktop PC.

    It's a matter of having appropriate driver support available in Safe Mode. In Safe Mode minimal drivers are loaded.

    Others may give a more complete answer.
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