09-12-2019 01:58 AM
I was trying to see if I could enable some kind of legacy PS/2 emulation for an older operating system and didn't take "disable USB" at face value. I really regret that now. Because I disabled USB, I can't interface with the computer at all... it doesn't have PS/2 ports. It still boots to Windows, but I can't really do anything with that. It can't even detect my keyboard in the BIOS for me to set the option back the way it was.
Is there anything I can do, or did that option essentially brick the computer due to it not really having any non-USB inputs that I'm aware of other than the power button?