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1. On board display card is not working 2. When we attach external vga card display is working but no BIOS image in mother board and it gives an error that BIOS image is scan. 3.Key board is not working.

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  • pinku365 May 20, 2009

    On board display is not working
    External vga card attach display is working but error is
    Award bootblock Bios v1.0
    Copyright (c) 2000, Award software,Inc,
    Detecting floppy drive A media
    Scaning Bios image in hard drive
    Scanning bios image in floppy drive
    Please soved this problem


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Who makes the mother board and what bios is it using? can u access the bios at boot up? if so, is the integrated video option on? have you checked for upgrades / updates for the bios ? if you can access the bios, remove all non integrated devices from the mother board, select the option for "default settings" save and exit. then restart. after assuring the keyboard is plugged in the correct port. it should be color coded.

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