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Windows 7 stuck at motherboard screen+keyboard not reacting

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Berhoh, Oct 30, 2011.

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  1. Berhoh

    Berhoh Thread Starter

    Oct 29, 2011
    Hello guys, want to start off that I don't know my specific computer specs, I wouldn't know seeing as my computer won't get past the motherboard screen... I'll just say what I can tell you from looking at my computer and looking inside of it:
    -Pioneer CD/DVD/CDRW (probs unnecessary, but I'm doing what I can)
    -Aero Cool ventilators
    -There's a logo saying "PGS" with a V below it, probably just a rating thing...
    Inside my computer:
    -ASUS motherboard
    -XFX battery
    -All together not too much dust
    -I'm using a Benq senseye+photo monitor (I didn't have any problems with the monitor on either Windows XP or Windows 7)
    -I'm using a Logitech G11 gaming keyboard, which lights up when it's active, which it doesn't now -.-
    -Connected through the keyboard's seperate USB-ports are:
    -My laser-mouse (unknown brand)
    -An awesome Microsoft Livechat headphone
    -I have been experiencing BSOD problems due to outdated ATI-drivers before (and I can't find any legit, free download on the internet to update these, feel free to help me once my computer manages to start up)
    -It's Windows 7 64-bit.

    So here's what happens:
    My computer starts. Then it goes to the blue motherboard screen, and stays there. My keyboard, or any connected things (except my monitor) don't do anything. The keyboard doesn't even light up.
    What it says on the motherboard screen is:
    Please press:
    DEL -> BIOS Setup
    TAB -> Display BIOS POST Message
    F8 -> Boot Menu
    Alt+F2 -> Ez Flash 2
    (which I obviously can't do anything of)
    And then there's the Intel logo in the lower right corner.
    This is the second time I've gotten this error now! Last time we let it be fixed by the guy who got me the computer. I never did anything special the last time I did anything on my computer, just played some games, didn't download a thing. If the guy could have fixed it, I think you guys can too... right?
    Please help me!
    -Tom ~ message me at [email protected] or just post down here.
  2. valis

    valis Moderator

    Sep 24, 2004
    closing thread for the same reason that the last one was closed. Please do not start another thread on the subject.


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