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If holding down and / or tapping delete won't get you into your BIOS - double check that your keyboard doesn't have non-standard setup that might be allowing "DEL" to have some alternate use.. On of my old OEM keyboards shared DEL with the NUM "." key so I had to tap "NUM LOCK" and "DEL" in an alternating fashion to get into the BIOS.
If that's not the case, I would call tech support and see that they have to say because that's very odd. Is it a USB keyboard?
Seeing as though you can't get into the BIOS, and the video is coming in and out - the motherboard is suspect... new boards are commonly RMA'd for things like this - but I wouldn't jump to that conclusion quite yet.
Make sure everything is plugged in and seated properly. Take the RAM out and put it back in - and ensure it's in the proper slots if you're only using two sticks of RAM (check the MOBO manual)
Clearing the CMOS should not have botched the boot following the windows install.. unless prior to installing windows, you changed the boot sequence in the BIOS - but you couldn't get into the BIOS so I'm kind of at a loss on this one..
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I picked up a cheapo keyboard but it has a dedicated delete key. And it worked during windows installation.

So yea, I'll give tech support a call and see what they say. The boot device led is now staying on each time I start it. Sounds alot like this issue with the Z67 board.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1197163/asus-p8p67-pro-boot-device-led-problem

They RMA'd it and the new board fixed the problem.

That's going to suck if I gotta do that. Was looking forward all week to get this thing put together and try it out. Even took Monday off of work. lol. And living here in Iowa, there is no place around that sells Z77 mobos in stock. aaagh
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I picked up a cheapo keyboard but it has a dedicated delete key. And it worked during windows installation.
So yea, I'll give tech support a call and see what they say. The boot device led is now staying on each time I start it. Sounds alot like this issue with the Z67 board.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1197163/asus-p8p67-pro-boot-device-led-problem
They RMA'd it and the new board fixed the problem.
That's going to suck if I gotta do that. Was looking forward all week to get this thing put together and try it out. Even took Monday off of work. lol. And living here in Iowa, there is no place around that sells Z77 mobos in stock. aaagh

I hear your pain man.. closest place to me is about 100 miles - when I do a new build I get a hotel room over there and build it in the room - if there's a problem I return it before heading home - lol!

Sucks but yeah those boards have that issue so based on your symptoms - you're probably no exception sozo.gif

It happens, a lot... I've had it happen to me a few times - it's all part of building your own system though.
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I hear your pain man.. closest place to me is about 100 miles - when I do a new build I get a hotel room over there and build it in the room - if there's a problem I return it before heading home - lol!
Sucks but yeah those boards have that issue so based on your symptoms - you're probably no exception sozo.gif
It happens, a lot... I've had it happen to me a few times - it's all part of building your own system though.


Not a bad plan. Actually thought about making the 200 mile trip to MicroCenter for their i5 deal. But decided that the savings was going to be ate by the gas prices to get there.


On a good note. I walked away from the computer for a bit. Came back, removed the GPU and tried the IGP it booted 3 times now and able to get into the bios. I'm updating all the drivers now and hopefully I can put the GPU back in and it will all work. I got my fingers crossed.
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well updated all drivers and all window updates and everything is going good.... except for one thing.

Seems whenever I try to get into the BIOS it freezes up on me. I have to reset the computer and it will load to windows. I also don't see any bios screens when I turn it on or reset. Anyone experience this and have a solution?
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That MOBO is suspect dude.. those are some really odd issues you're having..

I'd just call Asus, they will probably have you RMA it. I know it sucks waiting but it's probably the best long term solution - something seems off with that thing.

Try making a new thread along the lines of "ASUS P8Z77-V Freezing BIOS" and somebody with that same board might help you a little bit quicker.

Good luck! thumb.gif

I would certainly suggest updating the BIOS - but it won't let you go into the BIOS.

However, ASUS software will allow a BIOS flash from within Windows - I just did it today because I couldn't find my USB drive to do it the "old fashion" way.

Try updating the BIOS from within Windows. Asus tends to update their BIOS often.
Edited by FromUndaChz - 5/5/12 at 12:40am
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