Question about Dell (002TR) Motherboard
I can not log on as USB ports do not work. Keyboard and mouse are not functioning as I get a keyboard failure. The computer was booting to desktop but I could not access without KB or Mouse functionality.
I removed the battery to reset BIOS (thought BIOS problem). However, it will not boot up completely and is asking for F1 or F2 setup at DOS boot. How can I get in if USB's are not functional?
Is this a motherboard or simply a chipset upgrade? How can I get further?
Cant remember the exact location for this, but you need to access the CMOS config when starting up. Dig around a little and you will find the settings that will allow you to start you system with a usb mouse and keyboard.
Hope this helps. If you have any idea where I can get drivers for my motherboard (EPoX EP-4PDA5) that would be great. I already tried EPOX's website, and no joy.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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