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Re: Key Board Hanged!
Do you use wireless keyboard? If not, your keyboard wire might be loose maybe you should try to borrow other keyboard from your neighborhood and if not hang when you replace the keyboard, you have to buy a new one.
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If you are using PS/2 connectors for keyboard and mouse make sure they are the right way round If you are usin USB m+k then amke sure you are using the BACK USB ports only and preferable the first two that are seperate. Please let me know how you get on
That could be a hardware failure of some sort, or because you added a new hardware device. The "DMI pool" code has nothing to do with Windows, but is part of Plug and Play. Windows has not even loaded yet. It is the System Board BIOS startup code checking the hardware configuration, and setting system board resources for Plug and Play to use.
Go in to the system board BIOS (normally DEL key when first powering on) Look in the PnP or PCI Configuration section, for an entry "Reset Configuration Data. It will show Disabled. Change it to Enabled, and save the new configuration and reboot. BIOS will set it back to Disable after it clears the DMI data and rebuilds it. The first time through, it will take a long time, but after that it should not hang. Unless there is a hardware problem with one of the adapters on the system board or PCI bus.
I have seen CD-Rom drives cause this hang, if there is a CD in the drive. So make sure there are no CD's in the drives when you start up.
try to remove the motherboard from the casing and see it if the have
some capacitors or any circuit distroy. use other mother board for
testing chek your hardware one by one maybe some of your hardware
Without getting too technical, you have a short. The back covers are shielded for a reason, and a portion of the metal may be touching the board itself. "Duh, I know" is probably your response, but take a peek also at the edges of the casing... are their any soldered connections that are loose? The unwanted connection may not be to the board, but perhaps the USB port or headphone jack. Crazy? Maybe, but I've seen sillier "bad connections" that have caused more trouble!