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Bios problem When I power up and hit the delete key the bios screen comes up but will not accept input from the key board (PS2). I have tried a different keyboard (USB) but no better. \ Has the bios failed ? Should I reset the bios, and how would I do this? How do I remove the bios battery? Thanks Graham

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  • pyrex 77 Aug 17, 2008

    The bios is set up for a USB keyboard, and because I can , by pressing Delete get the bios set-up screen, I don't think its anything to do with the keyboard.
    I'll try taking out the bios battery, and see what happens


  • Ranjeet09 Jan 30, 2009

    i have bios problem

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Try another PS2 keyboard as your BIOS may not be set to recognize usb on boot up I had same problem until I enabled usb ports
You can remove the M/board battery and leave it out Opinion vary on length of time I use 2 to 3 hours then reinsert it and see
But I reckon its the keyboard use another PS2 and see

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