|For awhile now my computer has initiated chkdsk every time I reboot it. I usually skip it no problem. But recently following a power outage, I hit the buttons on my USB keyboard only to discover there was no response and the chkdsk continued. Unfortunately in times prior when I decided to let it run its course it got hung up and then just restarted the computer. This remained true in this case. |
Searching around I realized the USB keyboard problem is common. I found a ps/2 keyboard only to realize I don't have the input on my computer. The keyboard works fine during the BIOS screen. unfortunately I don't seem to have a USB Legacy Mode available. I desperately tried to repair holding F8 or selecting F11 for system recovery only to run into another irritation, the graphics card would give out during repair or the chkdsk process. Once I decided to let chkdsk run its course as the monitor showed No Input and the computer rang a couple beeps: one was 2 short 1 long which I believe is Video, and the other what I believe to be 8 quick beeps, which I think is bad/overheated processor. Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated.