Just to verify, I went back and selected “Shut down” instead of “Restart”. Except for the fact that this does not apply to Windows 7, this is a somewhat valid answer. Once you have accessed your BIOS and made any necessary changes, you can choose to reinitiate the Fastboot if you want. I was lucky I had the old keyboard. What this does is basically cause the BIOS to see a “stuck key” condition on the keyboard; the same as if a keyboard contact was actually stuck, but in this case, triggered intentionally. My computer is running Windows 7.

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Richard writes on technology and specializes in web design. Except for the fact that this does not apply to Windows 7, this is a somewhat mai answer. Consult your motherboard manual to find these connectors.

Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? I’m sure these answers will be helpful for somebody facing this problem. Thanks for the answers!

Just to buos, I went back and selected “Shut down” instead of “Restart”. ControlWindowsPrint Screen and such are usually “safer” in light of any firmware on extension cards etc. The problem with USB keybords is they are not recognized by the computer until the OS starts to load. I have the same problem, after searching a lot from forum, bkos and Youtube.


The error for this i think cause by fast boot from msi.

Re-attach the battery and now reboot the computer pressing Delete key or F8 or F2 etc. Msii restore bios to default setting will make bios screen appear again.

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Here’s an old hat trick that just might work for you, and others in similar situations. Update your question to include this information. Turn off and boos your computer from current. That was very clever! It was very frustrating, the solution now I know the answer is fairly straight forward, if you refer to your manual you will see for the bios to function via keyboard and mouse only specific usb ports will work.

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Any key will do. You can also start the laptop and quickly release and then press and hold the power button.

Make sure not to have keyboard plugged into USB 3. I don’t know if this will work on your specific motherboard. All it does is restart my computer. If this does not work you can branch the the CMOS reset connectors on the motherboard. Depending on which text editor you’re pasting into, you might have to add the italics to the site name.


I also tried DelEsc and even more. Dave M That’s a workaround through OS, after you manage to do that you have direct access to the bios because you bypass the press key phase In other words if the usb slot is blue switch to a black one. If you’re having trouble getting your computer to POST usually referred to as not booting upyou’ll need to enter the BIOS to change some settings or diagnose beep codes.

Matthew 2 6 Then, before turning it on, press and hold a key on your keyboard.

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If the OS starts to load, this trick didn’t work for you. Pressing “Delete” on the keyboard on start up will enter Bios mode. Many BIOSes treat this as at least a warning, and will give you a diagnostic screen telling you to check your keyboard and do something most often to press a key to continue booting. Ben Richard began writing in About the Author Ben Richard began writing in