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Keyboard Error???

Posted on 1998-11-02
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I was installing some drivers on my computer and during the installation, my mouse and keyboard stopped working. When I did a reboot, everything was fine again.

The next day, I turned on my computer and I got a "key pressed error or keyboard not attached" error message. The keyboard was attached to the computer by the way. At first, I thought the keyboard was screwed up, so I used another keyboard which I knew worked. Rebooted the computer but got the same error.

Any guess on what's wrong with the computer here? I know for sure it's not a keyboard error but something a lot more serious, like maybe the motherboard is screwed up.
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Sounds like you're right the mther board is screwed but first try going into cmos set up and restore default values. this should correct anything wrong in cmos.
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