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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Hmm according to my manual, End takes you to Q-flash and DEL takes me to bios set up... Is Q flash where I want to go, then?


    I tried both - neither worked :/

    Was on the Gigabyte S-series splash page, tried them...and nothing happened, and it just stayed on the splash page - looks like it locked up? :/
    Last edited by Alcsaar; 05-24-2008 at 12:29 PM.

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Ohh yeah, sorry I just woke up from falling asleep on da couch, you are correct use del to get to bios

    Try again, that is the page you need to hit it on

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Just tried again - no reaction.


    Nothing nothing nothing.

    Uhg this is so frustrating

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    After a few tries i got into the bios and now my up/down arrow keys don't work :/

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Well, just so you know USB is enabled by default, I would try the USB keyboards again, and if you have one a USB-PS2 adapter

    You dont by chance have a External Storage hooked up do you? If so unhook it

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    Sounds like a flakey keyboard maybe? Try the USB one again

    Or just set your disks up and get your system installed then mess with this, because after install of OS you will install Intel Inf Chipset installer and it will give you a better driver for your USB and keyboard to use

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    I'll try it but I don't think its going to work, ive tried 3 different keyboards.

    2 PS2 boards and one USB keyboard (And i also tried an adapter on this one for USB > PS2)

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    It would be nice to install my OS but the last time i tried that it locked up at looking at my hard ware config - I think the mobo is locking up after a min or two every time

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Ok I plugged in my USB - got comp on, got into BIOS, was able to arrow down to integrated periph option before it stopped working.

    99% positive its a mobo issue now :/

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Well, That ram does have Compatibility issues with GA boards, do you have another non Corsair/OCZ/Crucial Stick you can use to get installed?

    You could/should also go ahead while you can get in there and set your rams specified voltage in the MIT section to
    DDR2 Overvoltage setting >>>> 2.1 (+0.3)

    What CPU do you have? And what BIOS version is in the board? You may need to update the bios before you do anything
    Last edited by Lsdmeasap; 05-24-2008 at 12:58 PM.

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Uhg I hate that kind of stuff...

    Let me toss in my slightly older ddr2 ram, got a gig of it not sure what brand.

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