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hi there i have compaq Prosignia 740 server i am trying to get into bios setup.but i can't get in. i don't know what FX key will lead me to bios setup. Actually my mouse ps2 port is not working. i would i like to configur that in bois.dose anybody know?
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by:simpswr
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by:Callandor
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Try F10 to get into the bios.
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by:PanicX
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F2, F10, F12 and Delete are all common keys for entering BIOS.
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by:NobalTech
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I already tried F10 it give me 301 keyboard error.may be I am pressing F10 very early.its says Compaq System Bios S01.
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by:simpswr
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USB Keyboard?
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by:NobalTech
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No i have PS2 keyboard but ps2 mouse is not working.
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by:Callandor
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Try another keyboard, and if you have no onboard RAID, try resetting the BIOS.
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by:NobalTech
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i did tried another keyboard same error massege.and cmos battery is solder i can't remove it to reset the bios.
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by:Callandor
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Is there a jumper on the motherboard which will reset it?
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by:NobalTech
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I didn't see any jumper on the motherboard.
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by:Callandor
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Do you have a Remote Insight Lights Out board in that server?  There is a notice that a certain version may cause mouse detection problems: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=110&prodSeriesId=96452&prodTypeId=15351&prodSeriesId=96452&objectID=PSD_ES010405_CW01
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by:NobalTech
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hi there
i actually attached a serial mouse to the server which is working now. so i am no longer worried about ps2 mouse. and also i give thaT MACHINE TO ONE OF MY FRIEND.but still the problem never resolved......
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That' s one way to fix a problem . . give it to a friend
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