I am attempting to deploy a bare bones Windows XP Pro SP3 clean install image across multiple computers.
It has been a success. However, for computers without PS/2 capabilities, I am unable to configure them because the USB keyboard and mouse is not recognized within Windows. However, I am able to access the boot menu and the BIOS with the USB keyboard on startup.
I have looked in the BIOS (all the computers are DELL, if that helps any), and there is no explicit "Enable Legacy USB" or similar setting, but any and all settings related to USB ports are on. For one computer with PS/2 capabilites, I just plugged in a PS/2 mouse, rebooted, and then, the USB drivers installed automatically.
How can the computers in question recognize the USB keyboard and mouse? These computers do not have PS/2 capabilities.