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After windows update. No keyboard or mouse.


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#1 Makdag15

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 05:18 AM

Im a novice btw.

System specs if needed:
i7-3770k
Asus Sabertooth z77
16 gb corsair vengeance
850 watt corsair power supply
gtx 670

Its a few problems im running into. No ps2 port and the cmos battery is covered by a black shield. No other computer to use btw. Was wondering if it was any other way to fix the problem. I put a picture of the motherboard in the attachments. Its a bios button on the back of the motherboard but ive tried holding it down while i booted the machine and it still didnt work. It also said to use the delete key with the bios button but i have no keyboard or mouse.

Would a wired usb keyboard/mouse work? Im guessing no since i think im having driver issues...

Any help would be appreciated...

Edited by Makdag15, 30 December 2012 - 06:03 AM.


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#2 hamluis

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 11:52 AM

I'd try replacing the CMOS battery. IME, a failing battery can cause unusual system hardware configuration problems.

If you go that route...please remember to reset date/time data in the BIOS after replacing with a new battery.

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