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Keyboard/Mouse Plugged in NO VIDEO NO Keyboard/mouse plugged in VIDEO ???

I just install this motherboard. when I turn on the computer and the mouse or keyboard is plugged in I get no video when I don't have either one plugged in I have video. This really frustrating. Is there something I can do.. I have no onboard video that I know of so I am using a video card. I have tried three other video cards and they all work the same way the video cards all work in my other computer ??? help !!

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Re: Keyboard/Mouse Plugged in NO VIDEO NO...

Apparently there is something confilcting with something ot the ps2 ports are faulty! We'll need to find out! Try plugging up your system without the video card but the ps/2 devices plugged in! (we don't need to plug up hard drive, so plug them out if they are plugged in) When the system comes on(after your hear the POST beep, if the system speakers is plugged up to the motherboard). Try pressing NUM LOCK or CAPS LOCk to see if the light come on and off. If they do that means your machine is responding with the PS/2, if not then you need to find a PS/2 expansion adapter ot use a USB Keyboard and mouse! If you do get a response that means your ports are working and there is probably a confilct with your Video card! In that case, I assume you've already reset the cmos(if you haven't then do that). Also if you have an AGP port try an AGP Card, if you were using an AGP card try a PCI! Well the USB keyboard more than likely will work! try these out and get back to me! regards, babb

Posted on May 02, 2007

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