Need help badly. How do i get out of this screen?

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Jswinn

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I cant get my comp to boot. Even with a recover usb in it wont boot to the bios. No key i press gets me anywhere. It says it sees my keyboard. Its says my drives are fine. Probly could fit it if i could get into the bios. I have several times tried hitting the delete key, msi mother board. Even tried f2 f8 f10 f11 f12. I have pulled the battery out of the mobo waited 10 seconds and put it back in several times.
I have tried all this dozens of times. When i get to that screen no keys work. One time it did boot from the recovery usb. It even sees the walgreens usb stick on that screen. Please help.

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Msi mobo. La something
Amd 3600 fx
Nvidia 950
8 gb ram
 

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I cant get my comp to boot. Even with a recover usb in it wont boot to the bios. No key i press gets me anywhere. It says it sees my keyboard. Its says my drives are fine. Probly could fit it if i could get into the bios.
Not being pedantic but you boot into Windows not the BIOS, you access the BIOS when starting the computer and your picture shows that you are able to get into the BIOS, the info in your OP suggests to me that the USB ports have become disabled somehow.

Msi mobo. La something
Without the correct information we cannot check the specs so will have to ask, does your MB have PS/2 type ports for a wired type keyboard, if yes, do you have or can you borrow a wired keyboard.
 

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Not being pedantic but you boot into Windows not the BIOS, you access the BIOS when starting the computer and your picture shows that you are able to get into the BIOS, the info in your OP suggests to me that the USB ports have become disabled somehow.


Without the correct information we cannot check the specs so will have to ask, does your MB have PS/2 type ports for a wired type keyboard, if yes, do you have or can you borrow a wired keyboard.
Ok ill get a ps2 adapter I was afraid of that but it said it recognized my usb keyboard. ty
 

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The BIOS only detects your keyboard as being present which unfortunately does not mean that the keyboard is functional, what suggests to me that this is in some way related to the USB ports is the fact that you are able to use the keyboard to get into the BIOS

The BIOS chip has its own drivers for checking the hardware as part of the power on self test (POST) once it has done the POST it hands control over to Windows.
 

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The BIOS only detects your keyboard as being present which unfortunately does not mean that the keyboard is functional, what suggests to me that this is in some way related to the USB ports is the fact that you are able to use the keyboard to get into the BIOS

The BIOS chip has its own drivers for checking the hardware as part of the power on self test (POST) once it has done the POST it hands control over to Windows.
I found a ps2 adapter online ima get it to try. Its an old comp i want to give my daughter to play roblocks on. Thank you for your answer im sure thats whTs going on.
 

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Hope you dont mind me butting in here but the picture you posted shows the date and time not set. Try replacing the motherboard battery with a new one
 

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Sounds like a plan, if all goes well we would appreciate you letting us know, the info may help others looking for help with the same/a similar problem.

You are welcome btw Jswinn :)

Good catch gus (y)
 

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He has already stated"...I have pulled the battery out of the mobo waited 10 seconds and put it back in several times....".
No surprise the time/date is not set.

I pointed out to him that even though he "... tried f2 f8 f10 f11 f12 ." the screenshot he added as attachment shows "press F1 to run setup".

Looks like he pressed all keys except the one required....
 

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He has already stated"...I have pulled the battery out of the mobo waited 10 seconds and put it back in several times....".
No surprise the time/date is not set.
Yep saw that, just suggesting he replace it with a good one instead of putting a possibly dead one back.
 

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Any update for us? This thread will be closed if not replied to within 48hrs.
 
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