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Ps/2 keyboard port not working

I have an MSI KM3M-V mainboard for a couple of years and all of a sudden the ps/2 keyboard port has stopped working. The ps/2 mouse port works fine. I reset the bios and dusted off the board but to no avail. The board has never given me any trouble before.

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Re: ps/2 keyboard port not working

Slim, Other than saying well it was a good couple years for the board lets just verify: Have you tried a different keyboard? Check device manager and see if you uninstall the keyboard and then reinstall it. Or have you recently installed any new devices that may have taken the resources away from the keyboard plug? If not get a usb keyboard and make sure you info is backed up...just in case. Good Luck, Tim

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Good night I need the drivers for msi KM3M MSI KM3M-V (MS-7061) THANKS

Ok,first tell me which operating system is instaled on your pc....

Apr 17, 2011 | MSI KM3M-V Motherboard

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I have a ps/2 keyboard but my ps/2 keyboard com port not working. so i sold a USB keyboard but my CMOS settings are enabled only i canot entre CMOS setting by keyboard

Unfortunately BIOS reset will not help you, the default setting for USB keyboard support is set to OS and you need set it to BIOS. I would recommend you to go with your mainboard to a specialized service, sometimes the problem is only a defective capacitor. If you reset your CMOS, the first boot device will be set to Floppy. You could try updating your BIOS to the latest version (maybe in that version the USB keyboard is set to BIOS) but I don't know if you can create a batch file to update the BIOS automatically, without confirmation from keyboard... The reliable solution is the technician. You can also try to connect your PS2 keyboard to the mainboard using an USB adapter but as I know in that case the keyboard is treated as an USB device...

If this is the solution for your problem, please rate my post, otherwise give us more details.


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Mouse & keyboard not working

You're "stuck" -- if the circuitry for the PS/2 keyboard and mouse is not working, and if it does not recognize a USB keyboard, the motherboard must be replaced (by an identical moetherboard, if you can find one, or a "newer/better" motherboard that takes the same CPU and RAM as your current motherboard).

Jul 30, 2010 | MSI PM8M-V Motherboard

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My keyboard and wont work and PS-2 ports will not

They may well have blown. You can use a USB keyboard and mouse - cheaper than replacing the mainboard.

Jan 28, 2010 | ASUS A8N-E Motherboard

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Where do I go to find the specs and capabilities of my motherboard: model: MS-7061? Tried the manufacturer (Micro Star International) and was forwarded to Tiger couldn't help and was...

1. Go to:
2. In the section labeled "OR Type 2.Manually Download", select "Mainboard" from the first drop-down menu.
3. Select "AMD Platform" from the second drop-down menu.
4. Select "Socket A" from the third drop-down menu.
5. Select "VIA" from the fourth drop-down menu.
6. Select "VIA ProSavageDDR KM266" from the fifth drop-down menu.
7. Select "KM3M-V" from the sixth drop-down menu.
This will bring you to a page having all the specs of your motherboard.

Note: MS-7061 is also known as KM3M-V

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It beeps a lot till cooler in evening (MOBO or PS)

Out boarded a fan by the power supply till I can replace

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Dec 07, 2008 | Foxconn 6100K8MA-RS Motherboard

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How i can know that motherboards have built in video

none of the cards u enumerated have on board video (don't know about the last one k9a6m2 f-h )

go on the producers site, at the motherboard u want and look for the back panel I/O ports :

example :

bult_ar_org.gifBack Panel I/O Ports
- 1 x PS/2 keyboard
- 1 x PS/2 mouse
- 1 x 3 in 1 audio jack
- 4 x USB 2.0 ports
- 1 x Serial port
- 1 x Parallel port
- 1 x RJ45 LAN jack
- 1 x Graphics Card port (this is what u want)

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Starts not all the way

Hi Let's start from square one. If you are using PS/2 keyboard, is it one that is working? Please double check this. If it is, then maybe your motherboard PS/2 keyboard port is faulty. In this case, try using a USB keyboard to see if you get a response from the keyboard. Also, for the 'no floppy found' problem, have you verified that this floppy drive is working? If so, is the floppy cable plugged in correctly? The twisted part of the cable should be plugged into the floppy and the other end into the motherboard. Let me know if this works. Good Luck

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