I'm running Windows 98. A while ago I upgraded my system from an ASUS P2B/Celeron 300A to a ASUS A7V/Athlon 1000. While putting the new system together, I noticed that some of the case wire labels didn't really have an exact match on the motherboard 'jumper' connectors, but I made a best guess.
Anyway, everything works, except:
1. I can no longer do a "Keyboard Power On", like I could with my old P2B. Does this feature not exist on the A7V, or am I missing the right BIOS/jumper/case wire setting?
2. My PS2 keyboard only works in the socket that is closest to the motherboard (the 'bottom' socket), not the top socket.
3. If the machine goes into standby mode, when it comes out the mouse (serial) doesn't work. However, using the keyboard to navigate to "Add New Hardware" control panel, and click Next twice (so I get to the panel with the "Scan or pick" choice), the mouse magically comes back to life.
4. There is no mouse device appearing in the Device Manager tab of the System control panel. Manually adding "Logitech Serial" or "Logitech Mouseman Serial" causes one to appear, but doesn't solve problem #3.
I've found a Microsoft tech support note regarding fixing the serial-mouse-frozen-on-resume problem, but the fix they describe doesn't work for me.
I'm suspecting that all these problems may be related. Any ideas?
(I'm running BIOS 1007)
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