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Motherboard problem Dear Sir, I have a EP-3VWM+ motherboard. My system boots ,but stop and ask press F1 to continue. But my system could'n detect the keyboard. I have tried both USB and Ps/2 keyboard both failed. Please help

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Reset CMOS on MOBO from jumper on your mobo.. Check ur mobo documentation for this..

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After you've tried connecting a different CD drive to install your OS you should be able to at least see the Windows installation or whatever operating system you use asking to begin installing. If the installation fails then we move on to the hard drive; take it out and put a new one then try again.
If none of these help then there might be a circuit shorted out on the motherboard which can cause some things to work but not others although this is rare. Lastly I don't know what you meant by USB in your question because unless you have a bootable USB drive the system isn't going to do anything with it anyway.
By the way someone here mentioned RAM memory. BIOS should still show even if your memory is gone but some systems are quirky so this needs to be tested as well. I could go further if you had posted your system's specifications such as how many sticks of RAM you're using. Try dusting off your the inside of your computer with compressed air. Dust acumulation tends to cause weird behavior on a computer.

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the leads from your ((motherboard to your hard drive)) make sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just replace them there probably old and faulty
make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty even the electrical extensions or just replace them they could be faulty a computer needs its connections to continue its cycle and have an end so any faulty leads will end up with a computer error hope this helps

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did your system to press F1 to continue. not try to go on BIOS setup. on booting process press F2 or Delete tab. and then click on safe mode if the booting will continue to run. come up a confirmation if you continue in safe mode click yes. and then work on that system for a couple of minutes, and then restart you pc.

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  1. Enter the BIOS by pressing DEL button.
  2. Once BIOS screen is loaded scan the options and look for LOAD BEST DEFAULTS.
  3. Once default settings is loaded save changes by pressing F10. (Or try to find the save / quit option from menu )
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Fiend your solution direct from intel. Here is your solution........

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