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Wired keyboard not working with pi4

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I purchased a raspberry pi 4 just a day before and haven’t set it up yet . I powered my pi and wanted to check that if my wired keyboard works with it , unfortunately it doesnt . Please provide me with a solution.( KEYBOARD – RED GEAR 3 COLOR LED SEMI MECHANICAL KEYBOARD WIRED)pi-4usb-powerkeyboardShareEditFollowClose 2Flagasked 8 hours agoMohd. Tabish Khan1 New contributor

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Ha, wait a second. The Rpi is not as clever as your PC. To “setup” Rpi, you don’t need any keyboard, you need a Windows PC to set it up, like this: (1) Use your clever WinPC to download the Rpi OS from the Internet (don’t ask me where, I forgot) and “copy” it to a micro SD card. (2) Power down Rpi, if it is up already. Insert micro SD card into Rpi micro SD card slot (There is no click sound, so don’t push too hard to break the card. (3) Power up Rpi, and if you see little red light, followed by little green light blinking, then your Rpi should be “set up”. (4) Now you need to “localize” your mouse, keyboard etc. I need to tell the Rpi that I speek the Chinese dialect Cantonese, but I am using an US layout keyboard, though I speak broken Britsh English. Ah, locking down bed time. See you tomorrow.

Ha, wait a second. The Rpi is not as clever as you think. To “setup” Rpi, you don’t need any keyboard, you need a Windows PC to set it up, like this: (1) Use WinPC to download the Rpi OS “image” from the Internet (don’t ask me where, I forgot) and “copy” it to a micro SD card (yes, go buy one). (2) Power down Rpi, if it is up already. Insert micro SD card into Rpi micro SD card slot (There is no click sound, so don’t push too hard to break something. (3) Power up Rpi, and if you see little red light, followed by little green light blinking, and wait patiently till green blinking stops. Now then your Rpi should be “set up”. (4) Then you need to “localize” your mouse, keyboard. WiFi etc. Eg, I need to tell the Rpi that I am in Asia, speak the Chinese dialect Cantonese, but using an America layout keyboard, though I type broken Britsh English. Ah, locking down bed time. See you tomorrow.

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