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I have a ABIT-NF7-S2G. I am trying to format my computer however the usbs do not have power before the operating system starts so my keyboard does not work. How can i fix that?

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    In the BIOS their is a option that allows USB to be powered on start. Search around and you will find it

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Hmmm. your System has an PS/2 slot for keyboard? you need to use ps/2 socket keyboard so that you can operate the bios set up and format your drive.. then if you finish put it back the USB keyboard.. ^^

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