I would have posted this on superuser but I can't get into it since it is still in private beta.
I have a Dell sc400 at a remote location running SBS 2003 that is having some issues. The usb ports don't work and the keyboard will not type the letter b. The person at that location has tried different keyboards and still cannot type letter b. I remote in using pcanywhere and I cannot type that letter. The most annoying factor is that there is no usb. We have un-installed usb drivers and all that.
Back in my hardware testing days, late 90's, we would get back RMA'd motherboards that would have similiar problems of unable to type specific keys and would have fried I/O chips near the PS2 ports.
Does anyone know if installing a PCI usb card might help in this instance, otherwise we were just considering yanking the raid contorller/ disks and sticking it in a new system. We would rather just stick a usb card in it though if that would work. Any input would be appreciated!