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#1 Sniper47

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Posted 03 January 2009 - 08:54 AM

Hello
I ve just bought a new keyboard (LOGITECH G15-the orange one).I have a serious problem with detecting it.When booting up my PC.I get an error(no keyboard found,or something like that).So I have to plug in my old keyboard(PS2) to access Windows(XP SP3).After installing the G15,I thought the problem is solved,but after restart I am getting stuck.I have enabled USB keyboard in BIOS.All USB things are enabled.I was trying to google the problem and foud out,that I need "ENABLE the Legacy USB".But I cant find that one in my BIOS.I was also looking forward to update my BIOS.I am still using the old one 1.2(latest is 1.4) .I am afraid to do that, and still,I ve read about the updates for my BIOS-but no USB support was mentioned.I ve checked all USB ports and they are all OK.I ve tryied to plug the keyboard to different port...nothing.
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Posted 03 January 2009 - 10:44 AM

What is the make and model number of your computer or motherboard?
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Posted 04 January 2009 - 05:58 AM

What is the make and model number of your computer or motherboard?



I am using MSI 975X Platinum Edition (not Power-up edition) with BIOS v1.2
The keyboard is functional in Windows,everything works fine,only the boot sequence(cant access BIOS with it)-its not detected by BIOS,so it cant work in DOS aplications.

My RIG is mentioned in my profile,so You can check my parameters.

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Posted 04 January 2009 - 03:14 PM

Is it plugged into a hub or the the main connection on the I/O header on the back of the computer?
Is the date and time correct? Possible failing motherboard battery. Have you removed the battery or jumper to restore default settings?
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Posted 27 July 2009 - 10:50 AM

Is it plugged into a hub or the the main connection on the I/O header on the back of the computer?
Is the date and time correct? Possible failing motherboard battery. Have you removed the battery or jumper to restore default settings?


I ve tried all USB(front/rear),with/without hub,nothing happend. Right now,I ve upgraded my BIOS to latest version 1.4 but nothing new.It seens,that I am missing my 5volts for boot(no button on my MOBO).Any ideas?




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