|My machine had been working perfectly for the last year, no issues or problems. Yesterday I went to install a new Graphics card. Installed and had to rearrange some things to get everything to fit without issues.|
Now when I boot up my machine it reaches the motherboard splash screen and asks me to either Press DEL to go to Setup or press Tab to go to BIOS.
Only problem is suddenly all my USB ports aren't being seen. I've played around with the cables and connectors to see if something came loose or disconnected but everything seems to be plugged in properly and as it was before.
I even went and picked up a PCI USB Card thinking I could just bypass the on board USB just to get my keyboard to work but without the drivers installed for the PCI USB Card it doesn't see it either.
I tried using a USB to PS/2 adapter for the keyboard and no dice there either. It's almost like all my I/O ports don't work at all now. Just for the record I tried all USB ports both front and back ones and the back PS/2 port.
Everything else seems to be working, I just can't figure out how to get into the BIOS to see what is going on. I don't think the Mobo went bad on me as I don't think it would go to the MoBo splash screen like usual if the MoBo was fried.
Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions or something similar to this?
My motherboard is the Asus P5K model, note that it is the standard P5K and not any of the P5K - E or -WS type models.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.