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X7DAE at the time of boot stuck on logo

Fresh parts assembled, mother board supermicro X7DAE compatible ramm nvidia En7300gs (tried another also) using single proc quad core xeon , 600 watt PSU, when start it detects drives then stuck on super micro logo with saying DEL to enter setup.... but DEL key does not work and after few seconds keyboard hangs.. it happening with 2 motherboard same config both having smae problem .. any idea :)

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Re: X7DAE at the time of boot stuck on logo

The broblem is probably your keyboard, since del doesn't work then this indicates that your keyboard could have some wires cut from inside the wire casing due to various reasons or the keyboard plug isn't well attached to the wires or have some bent pins.

my advice : go buy a new keyboard.

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