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Bios does not find PS2 keyboard/mouse

Computer worked with USB keyboard/mouse, but not PS2. USB keyboard does not activate "del" setup. Bios reset to default using jumper 14 to return to basics, however, still does not find keyboard/mouse.

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  • keskom Jun 05, 2008

    I was given the computer with no history. When setting up used PS2 keyboard/mouse and BIOS did not recognise keyboard and mouse, I then replaced PS2 with USB keyboard/mouse, went through "black screen" and loaded wndows xp, mouse/keyboard ok. Restart and BIOS did not recognise either PS2 or USB keyboard/mouse, so no way of enty in BIOS setup as pressing "del" did nothing. Decided to default BIOS hoping to get back PS2 and access to BIOS setup, this did not happen. So, as I can not access the setup because the POST can not find keyboard/mouse, and that is 4 different keyboards, any ideas?

  • keskom Jun 09, 2008

    Somehow this means of communication between TandN and kescom are getting lost, hopefully they have gone to TandN but seemingly not. Thanks, for you help and time, I have put fault down to hardware ie the connection of the PS2 connection and mobo. Thanks.

  • keskom Jun 09, 2008

    TandN are you getting my replies?

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I have a computer that stops at.... Keyboard and mouse not found Checksum error. Defaults loaded. Press Del to enter setup. F1 to continue. With no keyboard, unless you know different I can not access the BIOS setup. Problem not fixed. Await suggestions, something better than fit a new motherboard please.

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Did you go into the BIOS and set it to recognize the USB Keyboard after you reset the BIOS? Is windows not noticing it or the BIOS. You stated that it recognized the USB keyboard and then said that it did not.
What does all of this mean? USB keyboard does not activate "del" setup.

If it does not work, it is because you reset the BIOS and did not change the settings back for the USB keyboard.

I hope that I fixed your problem.

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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