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Boots to a blue screen but does not recognise the keyboard you have the option for esc f1 or f10 but unable to do anything since you can not use the keyboard. I have tried a usb and ps2 keyboards

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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.


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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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