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    First, a correction to a post above: Winex does NOT emulate the windows environment. It provides the Windows API, which is why Winex is useless on non-x86 processors.

    I once had a similar problem with running my BIOS using a USB keyboard.
    If you are using a USB keyboard, make sure it's plugged into the uppermost slots in the backside of the case.
    As for creating a dual-boot, install Linux first but leave space on the drive for windows, then install windows. depending on how much you'll be using windows for and how big your harddrive is, i reccomend at least 5 to 10GB for Windows, 5 to 15 GB FAT32 for use with both systems, and the rest for Linux.

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