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Keyboard error!!! how can i solve this?

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THE KB MAYNOT BE SUPPORTED BY THAT MANUFACTURE, FAILITY PLUG IN OR DEFECTIVE WIRE THAT RUN FROM THE KB OR THE DRIVERS ARE NOT CORRECT FOR THAT CERTAIN KB.

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download bios from bellow link
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http://www.foxconnchannel.com/support/downloads.aspx?ProductModel=661FX4MR-ES&TypeID=en-us0000004
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if ur problem solve so pls rate me..
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