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Splash screen reboot

I am experiencing two problems. The first is that after istalling my EVGA motherboard I booted up the system and everything looked fine. Then, when the windows splash screen comes up it goes for about 3 seconds then the system reboots. I tried a fresh installation of windows but when I get to the first screen where keyboard input is needed the system will not recognize my keystrokes. I can navigate the BIOS with the keyboard all day but not during a windows install. I am very frustrated please help.

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Ok, for what I understand you changed your motherboard, tried to boot your old windows and it went bananas on you. Wich is really not uncommon. Then you tried installing windows and your keyboard would not do anything. As far as the keyboard issue goes, I am guessing that you use a USB keyboard. Windows is such a wonderful piece of software that it's no surprise it acts up like that. Try enabling USB Keyboard support in the BIOS, or better yet, try connecting a PS2 keyboard (the round plug). Chances are everything is gonna be just fine after that.

Good luck

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Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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