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I have developed an automated program. The problem is I wan to disconnect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse from the computer but my bios do not allow that. It keep showing error. Is there anyway to make a loopback or something to make computer think that the devices are still connected?
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In most newer bios you can have the bios not look for a keyboad it's usally in the feature setup
Let me know what kind of pc and bios you have, if you can't find this setting.
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