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    rebelyell is offline Junior Member
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    Unhappy keyboard posts after bios setup

    i cannot get into my uefi bios setup since my keyboard doesnt start until the os starts unless i pull power and press power button to drain dram and voltage down. then restart it works 1 time.

    i beleive caused this issue a dumb mistake. i added a new cpu cooler and had to remove the mobo asrock 970 pro/3. which went well. but my stupidity i didnt put the ram modules in and i started it up (ouch) so pwered down and installed. all seemed fine but now i cant enter my bios setup since keyboard dont star until windows does oman. plz help if you can. would clearing my cmos fix this which i have never done..help

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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    Odd. Are you sure you're using the motherboards USB 2.0 ports? The USB 3.0 ports won't be "active' until the OS loads the proper 3.0 drivers.
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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    yea its still in the 2.0 usb port i even tried i different 2.0 port just to see if it helped and it didnt. i just cant figure this out...what is odd is if i drain down the dram (unplug) and restart it works right 1 time.

    what would i loose if i attemp to clear the cmos?

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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    Quote Originally Posted by rebelyell View Post
    what would i loose if i attemp to clear the cmos?
    Only any setting you yourself have changed. Just go through and either write them down or use F12 and a fat32 usb stick in a USB 2.0 port of the mb's in the bios to capture screenshots. If you use the F12 method remember, only what's shown/displayed on the screen is captured so you'll have a few pages that you'll need to scroll down and/to capture that part of the page too.
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    thanks,

    well i know the bios settings by heart. if u can think of anything else plz let me know. i hope i didnt fry something in the board? even though there only 70 bucks.

    amd 4170 fx 4.7 ghz g.skill trident 1866mhz 16gb

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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    Doesn't your board let you save your BIOS settings in a profile? That is usually in the OC Tweaker section, at the bottom.

    AXTU has an option to save BIOS settings to a file in Windows too.

    Do you have anything like Fast Boot enabled?

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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    thanks,

    yea i can save the bios profile if i want too..but im still tweaking. but no i dont have the fast boot enabled in fear it may miss something. what is your thoughs on that plz reply thanks??????

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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    i cleared the cmos but it still dont work right. anyone have any ideas it would help .... i may have to get another mobo and hope it works???????????????

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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    If you go the new motherboard route I'd highly suggest a 990FX board to keep that FX-4170 happy.
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
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    Default Re: keyboard posts after bios setup

    thanks,
    yea iwas thinking the same thing 990extreme4 if that will run 4170 fx. also i want to get the amd 8350 fx eventually. so if i do a swap out what issues would i have to look out for or is it pretty basic. im pretty knowledgable but limited also. thanks.

    its ashame only had this pc 1.5 months. mobo no good not sure uuuhg

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