Keyboard not working in bios

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Scaramouche1939

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I was recently stupid enough to buy an intel motherboard. Apparently it has a fast boot option that it defaults to meaning usb mice and keyboards don't work before windows boots up, hence you can't access bios to turn it of.

Resetting the bios jumper from 1,2 to 2,3 makes the machine boot straight into bios, but off course the keyboard still dosen't work in bios. The board does not have a ps2 connector, how do I get a usb keyboard to work in bios so I can turn off fast boot and have my usb peripherals work so I can modify bios and have my two new hard drives work.

The motherboard is an intel DQ35JOE
 

Scaramouche1939

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Thanks for the reply but not being a complete moron I had read this link already hence why I pointed out the change in the jumper settings from 1&2 to 2&3.

Obviously mine are not turned off or I wouldn't have this problem, as for the power button, it dosen't work on mine tried it but it powers up and if you kee your finger on the button it then powers down but no beeps.
 
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