Bios error, and my keyboard wont work

February 15, 2018 at 00:46:36
Specs: Windows 10, G.Skill TridentZ RGB Series 2 x 8 GB
Hi im 15 years old and i´ve just bin to a LAN-party.
When i got home my PC said that i should press f1 or entet to recover some BIOS settings.
My problem is i cant its like it dosent recognize my keyboard. SO how should i do?

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February 15, 2018 at 01:14:10
try f10 f12, DEL & f2 aswell.
also the time gap for pressing such key is often only 1 second, so spamming the key might give you better results

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February 15, 2018 at 03:11:21
Dosnt work, its not that i have to get into bios. my pc wont boot up it just say that i have to recover or adjust mi CPU fan by pressing f1 but when i press f1 nothing happens

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February 15, 2018 at 09:38:34
What is the make and model number of your computer:

You could try this in the hope it might get you out of trouble:

Turn off computer and remove power. If it is a laptop remove the main battery too (I hope it's not a tricky one). Before powering up again hold the power button down for about 20 seconds to discharge the motherboard components. You might be lucky.

If not try an external keyboard for starters just to make sure the keyboard is not the problem.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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February 16, 2018 at 05:50:53
If desktop PC then make sure USB keyboard is plugged directly into a rear USB port.
Use a hard wired keyboard not a wireless keyboard.
Use a PS2 keyboard if port is available (not USB with adapter).
If laptop then use a USB external keyboard.
It is possible that the CPU fan is not working, either by a build up of dust or by being burned out. Try to verify that the fan is turning (if you open the case when powered on do NOT touch anything internal because damage may occur). If dust is present in large quantities then shut down, unplug, and use a can of compressed air to blow dust out of case, fans, heat sinks, air vents (NEVER use a vaccuum since static discharge is a real possibility that can damage many components). This can be very messy so you may want to do this outside or in garage. If a laptop try blowing canned air into all vents and openable ports (Opening laptops is possible but not easy and not something everyone is comfortable doing. Online manuals may be available for this).

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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