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I have a Logitech G110 keyboard that doesnt allow my computer to start

When my computer is shut down completely and my keyboard is plugged in via usb, it gets to my motherboard(ASUS) screen and freezes/stops booting. I cant even hit "del" or "tab" to enter setup like the motherboard screen says.

If I unplug the keyboard from the computer boot it and then plug it back in once it shows me the login screen the keyboard works perfectly.

this is keyboard http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.as…
this is motherboard http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.as…

Any info on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. :bounce:
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  1. Best answer
    You should have a bios option in one of your menus, something like "Halt on: keyboard/mouse/all errors/nothing".

    Choose nothing and it should boot fine.
  2. eyefinity said:
    You should have a bios option in one of your menus, something like "Halt on: keyboard/mouse/all errors/nothing".

    Choose nothing and it should boot fine.


    a menu in the bios? because currently i cant access the BIOS because my keyboard has to be unplugged to boot up. Is there a way that i can access the BIOS without using the keyboard or can i access this option in the control panel somewhere?

    thanks
  3. Found very helpful link over at logitech forums
    http://forums.logitech.com/t5/G-Series-Keyboards/Logitech-G110-booting-problem/td-p/410857

    seems i am not the only one, ill try updating BIOS or having something plugged into the keyboard USB
  4. I now see that ASUS updgraded the BIOS specifically to fix this problem.
    Issue Solved! http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?install_nav=1&SLanguage=en-us

    thanks eyefinity for replying
  5. Best answer selected by University Ork.
  6. You can also try to set your USB Speed configuration to FULLSPEED instead of HighSpeed.
    Screenshot: http://yfrog.com/3mimag0136bj

    This worked very well for me and I informed Logitech ...

    Anyway, thanks to ASUS for their update, i will maybe try it too.

    Best Regards,
    Alexandre Lamata.
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