I am using macbook pro 13 inch 2016, when boot from usb into windows installation UI, my keyboard and touchpad are not working. Mukhtar Jafari Post author August 10, 2017 at 8:28 AM Reply. Connect an external keyboard and mouse. Đỗ Tiến Hoàng Giang August 10, 2017 at 9:12 AM
Ubuntu does not natively support MacBook Pro Mid-2017 yet, so you have to manually install some drivers and patches to get it fully working. During the process, you will need a usb mouse. Also if you don’t have a usb keyboard, you can use on-screen keyboard (which is what I did).
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Mar 11, 2010 · * all other usb devices (usb mouse, external harddrive, usb sticks) are working. During boot (black screen with win logo) the NUMPAD led is glowing (and responding) up to about one second before the login screen. Then the led goes off and the keyboard is dead. I also tried another usb keyboard and different usb ports without success ...
Jan 11, 2019 · If the USB ports not working on your MacBook Pro or iMac is a recent issue and there doesn’t seem to be any problem with USB devices, it could be that an app is conflicting with USB functionality. If you’ve downloaded an app from an unknown source there is the potential for it to contain malware, which could also be the cause of the problem.
Aug 10, 2014 · At the boot screen, my USB keyboard (Armageddon MKA7) works well and I am able to chose the boot options correctly using that keyboard. However after boot, the keyboard still is responsive, but the keys are all jumbled up. I have not messed around with the keymap and am using the standard en_us. E.g. A is Enter, a lot of keys aren't responding etc.
Use Startup Repair in Windows 10 Installation Disk; Create a bootable Windows 10 installation disc. This could be either a DVD or USB. You can use an utility like Rufus to boot from USB. Otherwise, you can use software like MagicISO to boot from DVD. Insert the appropriate hardware and change the BOOT options to load from it, as mentioned above.