Question about Asrock K7VM3 Motherboard
It sounds like some problem could be in the bios.
Make sure you are connected to the right ports.
In the newer boards the mouse and the keyboard port appear to be same and can plug in as well.
Both ports are PS/2 type and can be confusing...
The problem you are stating seems to be that is what is wrong.
On the back where you connect the keyboard, make sure it is in the right socket...port.
And the mouse as well.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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