I find it odd how you can press a key to enter BIOS, but shortly afterwards no keys work when attempting to navigate the Error Recovery menu. I doubt this would fix it, but you could run an SFC Scan
followed by a chkdsk /r
in the same console window to verify that no corruption is causing the issue.
Are you able to test with another keyboard to see if it just happens to be that specific keyboard? In addition, I reckon you may wanna update your BIOS, or do a hard reset on the CMOS by removing/replacing the battery. Some details are present here
at the bottom of the article (note the ESD warning too).
Other than that, I'm rather stumped. Hardly anything shows up on google about this either, and what resolutions were presented were not responded too (the resolutions, btw, were those I just mentioned). A workaround you can use is to type msconfig
in the start menu and then navigate to the Boot tab then set the Timeout to something short. You may even wanna set Boot log just to give us some information (I believe the log will be ntbtlog.txt
in your Windows directory).