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Try this out for size

http://www.gameworlddirect.co.uk/catalog/


I have been told chipzone.com has been used and they have treated folks right .They give you instructions (with pictures) on how to install the chip

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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New Intex key board is not functining any key


you have not specified your keyboard type I mean PS2 or USB type ..

but If USB type then fault is cause internal KEYBOARD buffer memory chip..If PS2 type then check out its all pins. Make sure they don't shot with each other..If it is then fix it make departed with each other..

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The advent 9003 makes a single long beep when you try to boot, this is continusly repeated until you switch off The ps2 keyboard is dead (no lights) another tried! also trying a usb as its fitted with a...


There is a failure of some sort related to the system memory.

The first bank of memory probably has a failure of some sort; this is usually just a physical problem such as an incorrectly inserted module, but may also mean a bad memory chip in a module. It is possible that there is a failure related to the motherboard or a system device as well.

good luck, and do rate the solution if helped

Nov 30, 2010 | PC Desktops

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When i start my pc it shows keyboard is not found but the keyboard works. what is the problem?


are you using a ps2 keyboard or a USB keyboard ? if yours is a usb .... and do not have a ps2 connected. you will get the above message. keyboard will work but error on screen.

Sep 28, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I started my computer yesterday and now when I type it does not type and there is a clicking sound. i have tried different keyboards. One ps2 and a usb and it is the same. I have uninstalled the drivers...


Because you have trouble shot so well, I think you may find that the actual keyboard handling chip has gone faulty, and is filling the buffer with garbage, and this is the clicking, and as also no characters are displayed, it seems as though it is also blocking the buffer as well... You mouse I assume does work? Tell me can you use ANY keys at boot up? Can you access BIOS? If you can... then it is NOT the motherboard as first thought.. but some windows fault, try that and lets hope it is a Windows problem, a repair install, or System Restore should get you back in that case. get back to me...

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I am trying touse a Mouse and Keyboard, by PS2 to USB adpators. When the machine boots up, I get this alert: "Hit Control, ALT Del to stabilze the system." The mouse or the keyboard does not work.


Do not work. No telling what's wrong with the thing without checking the connections with an eye to ruined PS/2 ports out back (though it's possible the interface chips are fallen victim to ESD (static, say).)
Cleaning might fix it, or might not.
It's ancient, please don't use that kind of technology on the web at large instead of well behind school or company firewalls.

Feb 14, 2010 | WYSE Winterm 3235LE (90202401R) PC Desktop

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USB Keyboard and mouse wont work with PS2 KVM with adapter


Have you tried rebooting once it is connected? Not sure if it makes a difference, but I know you can not hook up PS2 peripherals without rebooting.

Nov 03, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex GX280 PC Desktop

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My keybord does not always register the key stroke as i type i have changed the keyboard and it still has the same problem


I would first suspect a hardware issue (assuming you are not on an office VPN from your home which can drop keystrokes). If this is a PS2 (round plug) keyboard, try a USB keyboard and see what happens. If this is a USB keyboard and you have a PS2 port, try a PS2 keyboard. If you are using any type of keyboard adapter (PS2 -> USB or vice versa) get rid of it and get the correct keyboard. Newegg.com sells basic ones for about $10.

If none of those techniques eliminate the problem, check out your keyboard profile in device manager (right click on my computer, select properties, select the hardware tab and then select device manager. Find the section that says keyboard and see if you have an exclamation point (yellow circle) there. See if you have any other exclamation points. Correct the problem.

Finally, the least likely scenario is a key stroke logger (keylogger). Download the free programs spybot and/or threatfire and have them check your PC.

Sep 17, 2008 | HP PC Desktops

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Keyboard intermittent


There might be a problem with the keyboards PS2 port. You can bypass the PS2 port all together by buying a PS2 Y-adapter to usb port. This Y adapter will allow you to plug your PS2 mouse & keyboard into it and than you plug the other end into a free usb port. You do not have to plug the PS2 mouse in if you do not want to. Just plug in the keyboard. If your keyboard functions than there is a prolem with the keyboard's PS2 port. The PS2 Y-adapter to USB runs about $12.00 to $15.00. You can find one at Wallmart.

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