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Jareoz

Help, problem with lenovo d20

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello I need help with my Lenovo thinkstation d20, it boot up to this screen and says keyboard error and to continue boot i need to press f2 but the keyboard doesn't work. I tried resetting bios , tried replacing cmos battery and the same problem, has anyone has an idea how to fix this

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22 minutes ago, Jareoz said:

says keyboard error

What kind of keyboard do you have?

Perhaps plug it into a different slot?


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Seeing multiple errors starting with disk errors.  suspecting OS corruption


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

What kind of keyboard do you have?

Perhaps plug it into a different slot?

Tried all USB ports , generic USB keyboard 

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6 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

suspecting OS corruption

Won't make a difference for BIOS. Lenovo/IBM systems will complain about all manner of things when the BIOS is reset


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1 minute ago, Jareoz said:

Tried all USB ports , generic USB keyboard 

Got a PS/2 port?


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8 minutes ago, Jareoz said:

No

Ok, what happens if you plug a keyboard in *after* the BIOS throws all kinds of errors?

Does the keyboard light up for the caps lock or num lock, when you press them?


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11 hours ago, Radium_Angel said:

Ok, what happens if you plug a keyboard in *after* the BIOS throws all kinds of errors?

Does the keyboard light up for the caps lock or num lock, when you press them?

No the keyboard doesn't light up

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6 hours ago, Jareoz said:

No the keyboard doesn't light up

Sounds like the chip controlling the USB has died.

Buy a PCI USB card as an add-in, might be the only way.


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