Question about ASUS PTGD1-LA Motherboard
As per your description, if I am not wrong, your bios screen comes ok but the blue screen comes when the actual Operating System loads.
This shouldn't happen with a PS2 (the green round pin - to be fitted in green socket only) keyboard. If it does, then you have problem with the motherboard.
But, if you have a USB keyboard, try putting the keyboard in bottom part of USB(Port 12 - as shown in the picture), next to VGA connector.
You may also need to enable USB Keyboard Support from the BIOS - which can be done by pressing "Del" key at the startup. - and save it by pressing F10 - and exiting BIOS.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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Shut your computer down and remove the power cord.
Replace the power cord and press the "Power" button to restart it.
Watch the screen carefully for a message about computer setup.
Most computers use one of the function keys, which are aligned across the top of the keyboard, to access the computer's setup utility, but each manufacturer uses a different key.
For instance, HP computers generally use the F1 or F10 keys, while many Dell computers use the F12 key.
Press the appropriate function key to enter the computer's setup program, then scroll through the list of options until you see "Boot Order."
The exact location of the boot order option varies from manufacturer to manufacturer, but it is often located under the Advanced menu.
Highlight the "USB Devices" option and press the up arrow key until that device is first on the boot order list.
This will force the computer to look at the external DVD drive first when it boots up.
Use the "Esc" key to exit the setup menu. Choose the "Save settings and exit" option and allow the computer to reboot.
It will now boot from the external DVD drive.
Hope this helps
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