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Gigabyte motherboards boot to BIOS setup by pressing 'del' at startup. if this doesn't work, it may mean that the boot-time usb support for keyboards isn't activated, which means your usb-keyboard only works when windows is loaded. if you have a usb-keyboard, you can get around this by attaching a PS-2 keyboard or putting a PS-2 adapter between your keyboard and the pc.

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You're system shutting down may be caused by the CPU over heating. This is a safety feature for all MBs. Suggest that you remove the CPU heat-sink assembly from the CPU. Check the thermal past / tap. If it is dried or cracked replace. Remove the old using house hold alcohol on a clean rag. (Not dripping wet). At this point there is no need to remove the CPU. Clean the CPU's fan and blow out any dust build-up within the assembly. The heat build up will cause you're system from booting untill the CPU cools. This is why it seems to take awhile for you're system to boot.
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Gigabytes main site for GA-74KML;
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