Question about Intel Server,Single P4 Prescott 3.8GHz,E7221/ICH6R,FSB 800,4GB DDR400, ICH6R SATA (SR157S) Motherboard
It seems your keyboard has a electronic circuit breakdown.
Im very sure that just replacing the keyboard will solve your problem.The keyboard has a circuitry inside which send different signals depending on which key is pressed.
formating and OS reinstallation should alwaz be kept as last resort
also i would like to remind you Please do not perform a bios flash unless required.Theres a high chance of completly ruining your motherboard during this stage.
I would recomend you borrow a keyboard from a friend and try it out.
Im sure your problem will be solved.
if you are currently using ps2 port you may consider using a usb keyboard.
Hope this answers your question
Posted on May 30, 2008
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