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An Idle Mind Walks in Dark Places Certified Network n00b Reply With Quote Jun 30th, 10,10:33 PM #10 ahyong View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered User If I plug it into the keyboard PS/2 port then the keyboard lights don't even blink when I power up the CPU. Do no install any other cards, RAM, header wiring, etc. This is how i fix the problem, probably not the only way (obviously) so yeah please Thumbs Up,Comment, And Subscribe! http://allsoftwarereviews.com/cmos-checksum/cmos-checksum-error-defaults-loaded-no-keyboard.php

Only connect the 24 pin main power connector, the auxillary power to board, any aux power required to the video card, CPU fan in the CPU header. No, create an account now. I've been trying to get it to work again but I'm running into this message which reads CMOS checksum error - Defaults loaded. CHIO like my daughter but not much FEATURES!!! http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/cmos-checksum-error-defaults-loaded-keyboard-unresponsive/84711.html

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First thing I would do is change the battery (it looks like a flat watch battery). Reset CMOS as in.. asked 7 years ago viewed 6000 times active 7 years ago Related 1PS/2 keyboard isn't working after bios menu. 0Mouse/Keyboard (possibly USB in general) not working after BIOS update2Wireless Keyboard vs. Register Forum Enthusiasts Forums Troubleshooting Zone/Technical Enquiries HELP!

What the well is going on in here? –user18641 Nov 19 '09 at 21:11 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote CMOS checksum error -Default loaded Is the CMOS battery Cmos Checksum Error Press F1 To Continue The keyboard is non-responsive, and any boot disk (A drive or CD drive) does not boot up. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now No luck.

Can't press F1 or DEL since my keyboard won't work. If the keyboard worked then I could press F1 and sort the BIOS out Test with a different power supply. Reply With Quote Jun 30th, 10,12:27 AM #9 Dreamslacker View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Bipolar Narcissistic Join Date Jul 2005 Location In an idle mind Posts Nothing bad happened when I flashed my system May 31, 2005 #3 Condor TS Maniac Posts: 388 very easy, just hit DEL to go into setting, find and hit "restore

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The motherboard is new (actually all of the components except the video card and memory are new), as well as the CMOS battery. http://superuser.com/questions/72696/keyboard-error-or-no-keyboard-present CHIO like my daughter but not much FEATURES!!! Cmos Checksum Error Defaults Loaded Windows Xp How did you get three sticks to add up to 64 mb? __________________ I troubleshoot problematic intercourse with your computational devices. 10-23-2011, 09:10 AM #10 Tyree Emeritus Ps/2 Keyboard i have already replaced my´╗┐ battery and taken everything extra out of my computer except for a keyboard and ramstick still cant press any buttons on my keyboard.

Why are the memory addresses of string literals so different from others', on Linux? check my blog emiltech0122 101,973 views 3:16 How to replace dead CMOS battery and configure BIOS settings - Duration: 6:35. Sounds like some wires are rubbing on a fan. Got another keyboard? Reset Cmos

Thanks for the reply. [vRz] HellHunter Originally Posted by domho7 Yes u're ****ing right!! Maybe you blew out one (or all) of the USB controllers. I know there is power to the keyboard cos the lights flash when the pc is first turned on, also when I swapped with my infa-red mouse there was power to http://allsoftwarereviews.com/cmos-checksum/cmos-checksum-error-defaults-loaded-keyboard.php Reply With Quote Jun 29th, 10,04:55 PM #4 wwenze View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newbie of Now and Forever Join Date Jan 2005 Posts 10,070 You

Or you can just live with it. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. The keyboard works fine on other pc's and when I turn on this one the lock lights flash.

I've tried removing the CDRW, no difference. [vRz] HellHunter Originally Posted by domho7 Yes u're ****ing right!!

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Mobile Depot P2O Mobile Accessories Gamers Depot Special Interests Sports & Fitness Zone Travel Talk! Replacing the BIOS battery with a new one (plus resetting the BIOS). You should get into the BIOS and reset date, time, boot order, etc. http://allsoftwarereviews.com/cmos-checksum/cmos-checksum-error-defaults-loaded-keyboard-unresponsive.php you can try first flip the cmos battery to the side which indicate negative side, slot in for 2mins and flip it back to it's original position.

This is a pesky one. o.O Final test: I've connected everything just as it was before the failure (that is, the USB keyboard into the "blown" port) AND EVERYTHING IS WORKING FINE! Be sure you have metal standoffs of the correct height installed under every screw hole and ONLY under every screw hole.''i actually i tot it wont wrk so i didnt even No.

what can be the problem? Yeh, I'm really hoping it'll just get past once, i'll probably disable halt on error if it does and enable my USB keyboard. [vRz] HellHunter Originally Posted by domho7 Yes u're This is a discussion on CMOS checksum error on loading - no keyboard?? Yeh, I'm really hoping it'll just get past once, i'll probably disable halt on error if it does and enable my USB keyboard.

I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. Oh, yeh, done that too. HA! This is the first time I have been having problems that I couldn't really figure out on my own or with the help of the great gaming community which I am

So far I have replaced the battery on the motherboard (Abit KT7E) but this does not make a difference and also removing all other components to no avail. wah so jialat From the pic it seems that that is a old motherboard. I advise you how to bench test and you tell me what you did but it isn't what I advised. How to explain lack of flatland?

Press F1 or Del" Unfortunately the PS2 keyboard is non-responsive and I cannot press F1 to get any further.