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Okay guys so I'm a dual booter. What with my Windows currently having a bit of bother ever since I installed Fedora on my external HDD, I need a working keyboard upon startup, so I can perform certain tasks such as safe mode booting, cd booting etc. Problem is, the MacBook's keyboard seems to play dead until the OS is fully loaded. Anyone got a way around this? Please and thankyou in advance!
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