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I never had problems like this before and I've been using the same keyboard ever since I build this PC ... The " Delete " Button is working properly but during the boot process I press the button and the system continues as if I never pressed it. What could be the problem ?

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I take it you have tried using a different keyboard right? If not, then do so. It could just be a busted delete button.

 

You could always try the clear CMOS button/jumper.

 

Other then that, I too am at a loss for ideas.

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If you have tried many different keyboards and you have a PS2 port on your motherboard try and use a PS2 keyboard. Sometimes depending on stability PS2 keyboards work when USB ones do not.

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Iirc you can also press f2 to get to BIOS as well

 

changes mobo to mobo, some its del, some its a f key

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I've had a few mobos were I couldn't get into the bios with a USB keyboard and had to install a PS2.

 

Did you install a new USB device prior to the problem?

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I've had a few mobos were I couldn't get into the bios with a USB keyboard and had to install a PS2.

 

Did you install a new USB device prior to the problem?

+1

Alot of mobos i have used won't respond to a usb keyboard till after os boot.

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I've had a few mobos were I couldn't get into the bios with a USB keyboard and had to install a PS2.

 

Did you install a new USB device prior to the problem?

 

+1. Then after getting into BIOS, enable USB legacy support.

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