USB Device Legacy Support

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USB Device Legacy Support

Option name:

USB Device Legacy Support

Possible values of an option:

[Auto], [Enabled], [Disabled]
Or
[Enabled], [Disabled]
Or
[All Device], [Keyboard+Mouse], [Disabled]
Or
[All Device], [No Mice], [Disabled]

The option description:

The option is responsible for definition and support of the devices connected to port USB, at level BIOS. It is necessary, for example, that you could use the USB-keyboard for an input in BIOS Setup and editing of parametres of options BIOS. Work of the majority of USB-periphery in such out-of-date operating systems, as DOS will be "Collateral" effect of it.

Value [Enabled] includes support of USB-devices at level BIOS, and [Disabled] — disconnects. From the point of view of compatibility it is better to establish automatic definition of similar devices (value [Auto]) if it is accessible.

Sometimes the set of values differs from resulted above. [Keyboard] orders to define at level BIOS only the keyboard, [Keyboard+Mouse] — the keyboard and the mouse, [All Device] — any USB-devices, and [No Mice] — any USB-devices except for the mouse.

Other options identical to destination:

Legacy USB Support

USB Device Function

USB Driver Select

USB Emulation

USB Function for DOS

USB KB/Storage Support

USB Legacy

USB Legacy Support

VIA USB Device Function Enabled

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