+ 0 Votes The keyboards you are using wouldn't happen to be USB ones would they? HAL 9000 Moderator September 27, 2013 at 4:33pm PST If they are that is your problem you need a PS2 Keyboard to get into the BIOS Setup as the USB Drivers are not loaded till after the BIOS Screen has finished. Col + 1 Votes Tried it with everything except memory unplugged? robo_dev Updated - September 4, 2013 at 3:54pm PST Pull the CMOS battery. JP14 is about 1" behind the on-board speaker, left side, front. It should be a red jumper. If for some strange reason the jumper pins are not there, the two solder bumps towards the front of the case could be shorted with a screwdriver 1) unplug AC power 2.Remove ATX power cable from connector PWR2. 3.Locate JP14 and short pins 2-3 for a few seconds. 4.Return JP14 to its normal setting by shorting pin 1 & pin 2. 5. Connect ATX power cable back to connector PWR2 + 0 Votes Reply To post icanswim70 Updated - September 6, 2013 at 8:40am PST Thank you for your reply. I located jp14 and tried your instructions but still nothing at all. Neither keyboard can get past bios screen. Is there anything else i could try? + 1 Votes He's dead, Jim robo_dev September 6, 2013 at 8:40am PST I guess I would start looking closely at the components on the motherboard, like a swelled or leaking capacitor or two. But other than that I would start shopping for a new Mobo. There is a small chance the processor itself is at fault, so keep that in mind before you spend too much on this.