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I disabled the usb legacy mode HELP, I can't get into the bios again to change it back

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January 26, 2014 5:18:52 PM

So I disable the usb legacy mode thing, and now when i load my computer my keyboard doesn't work. It works when windows starts but i want to go back into the bios to change it back Help Me Please

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a b V Motherboard
January 26, 2014 5:21:41 PM

If the USB legacy mode came turned on in default settings, you could clear your CMOS to restore it to default settings.

Otherwise you'll have to get a PS/2 keyboard or a USB to PS/2 adapter (assuming you have that port in your mobo) to get a working keyboard and be able to get into BIOS.
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a b V Motherboard
January 26, 2014 5:24:30 PM

RaDiKaL_ said:
If the USB legacy mode came turned on in default settings, you could clear your CMOS to restore it to default settings.

Otherwise you'll have to get a PS/2 keyboard or a USB to PS/2 adapter (assuming you have that port in your mobo) to get a working keyboard and be able to get into BIOS.


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unplug computer power cord and remove the battery on the motherboard for at least 30secs then put back in and you should be good
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a c 137 V Motherboard
January 26, 2014 5:47:42 PM

Are you plugged into the USB slot labelled specifically for the KEYBOARD (usually at the top)?

The CMOS method will work, but I recommend this method:

1) Get manual and find the CMOS reset jumper (some have a button, but not most)
2) Turn off power supply (leave plugged in to maintain the ground for static discharge)
3) jumper the proper pins (actual jumper or piece of metal)
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