I did that (source CD + SP4 and 48bit LBA fix) and it gave the same results. I had mentioned this in another thread on here, sorry I didn't mention it on this thread. I have over the past three days have burned and tried 14 (I just counted) different CDs with different configurations and options as I have been trying to resolve my keyboard/drive/video/mouse issues!
So after the source+SP4+48bit didn't resolve my mouse issue, created the above CD - as I know that CD has worked on other machines.
Anyways, now the plot thickens! I just did an install with the above CD but with a PS/2 keyboard with the PS/2 mouse, with USB 2.0 enabled, and now the mouse works! The keyboard didn't work but after a minute or so passed it worked. So I rebooted again and the keyboard worked immediantly. One weird thing is that the num lock was turned off while the splash screen was up, about 2-5 seconds before the login box came up.
So to install Win2K I have to have a PS/2 mouse AND keyboard, and after installing I can use my USB keyboard, even with 2.0 enabled, and it works fine (except for the num lock turning off).
So I am hopeful, as clearly my equipment is working under Win2K, the issue is Win2K installation GUI. It is also at the installation GUI that my video card issue starts (http://www.msfn.org/...gui-is-started/).
So what can be modified/slipped that would fix these issues with the Win2K installation process?