Will not boot

By alf25 ·
My machine (merican Megatrends
62-P200-001368-00101111-040201-SIS-K7S41200) is getting to F2:Setup F11:Boot menu then ignoring any input from mouse of keyboard and refusing to proceed in any way.

I suspect the motherboard is faulty but would like to know if there is any way to check this before I replace it and if there is any alternative. (BIOS chip?)

I have tried changing the HDD. mouse and keyboard.

The retailer I bought it from no longer exists.

Do anyone know if they have representation in the UK?

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Reset CMOS

by bens In reply to Will not boot

Just a thought, but I could say you need to reset the CMOS jumper on the motherboard to clear to get your BIOS settings back to default. You can either find this jumper on the motherboard and swap it to the clear position, or pull the battery out of the motherboard for a few and try putting it back in.

Also try reseating RAM and removing any unnecessary PCI card from the motherboard.

Try checking these flowcards, they might help with your diagnosis to get some of the standard stuff out of the way:

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PS2 Keyboard

by gpartridge In reply to Will not boot

Have you tried a PS2 keyboard? (Presuming the PC has PS2 ports).
USB keyboards are not always supported by default in the BIOS.

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