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MotherBoard Problem (BIOS)

When i start my computer it will goes automatically into the bios and after a few seconds of navigation the keyboard will stop responding... how could i fix this?

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  • nickpower
    nickpower May 11, 2010

    TRY UN PLUGGING YOUR KEYBOARD OR USE DIFFERENT KEYBOARD

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Im not positive this will work for you but in my bios there is a setting for USB keyboard and USB mouse and at one point I had to enable both of those to use my keyboard and mouse during the windows formatting process. Try to find settings like that for USB keyboard and enable them in your bios. If that doesn't work then you will have to use a different keyboard or get a usb to ps/2 converter. you might want to try unplugging your keyboard and then booting and see if it still goes straight into bios. If it doesn't then your keyboard is sending signals without you pressing the keys and that is obviously the issue.

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