I can't install Debian. The USB keyboard doesn't turn on until Windows loads.
I bought a used MPC computer that only has USB ports -- No PS/2 ports.
The machine currently has Windows installed.
When installing Debian, it is required to press a button during the boot sequence in order to load a kernel.
I have tried numerous times to install Debian, but since the keyboard doesn't turn on until Windows loads I can't press any buttons during boot. I have also never been able to get into CMOS for the same reason.
I installed the Debian install into the Windows bootloader from the DVD and also booted the DVD directly. I must press a key during boot to activate.