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Hi everybody

 

After YT-ing a many years finally made the step to use the LTT forum. I'm fighting against an Acer Aspire 7750G with a keyboard error and its driving me crazy.
With the old (without some keys) keyboard it boots fine.
Without a keyboard it boots fine.

With a new keyboard (its already the 3rd new one from another brand) it keeps beeping and after a long time it boots into windows, no more beeps and works perfect. 

I tried to:

  • change the keyboard driver
  • disconnected the battery and power cable and pressed the on button for 15 seconds
  • reinstalled windows
  • reinstalled windows on a different SSD
  • to use the new keyboard before windows (bios) and that works

When reinstalling after the reboot (files copy) it also starts to beep.

 

I'm out of options and I don't get it... Its just a new keyboard. I really hope someone here can help me.

 

Thanks anyway!

 

Wesley

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Keyb_None_Ok.jpg

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16 minutes ago, Groochy said:

Hi everybody

 

After YT-ing a many years finally made the step to use the LTT forum. I'm fighting against an Acer Aspire 7750G with a keyboard error and its driving me crazy.
With the old (without some keys) keyboard it boots fine.
Without a keyboard it boots fine.

With a new keyboard (its already the 3rd new one from another brand) it keeps beeping and after a long time it boots into windows, no more beeps and works perfect. 

I tried to:

  • change the keyboard driver
  • disconnected the battery and power cable and pressed the on button for 15 seconds
  • reinstalled windows
  • reinstalled windows on a different SSD
  • to use the new keyboard before windows (bios) and that works

When reinstalling after the reboot (files copy) it also starts to beep.

 

I'm out of options and I don't get it... Its just a new keyboard. I really hope someone here can help me.

 

Thanks anyway!

 

Wesley

keyb_New.jpg

Keyb_None_Ok.jpg

Keyb_Old_OK.jpg

Try CMOS reset by removing the battery first then removing the CMOS battery. It should be inside a yellow or black piece of plastic connected by a 2 pin wire (red and black) to the motherboard. Carefully remove it from the connector then hit the power button a couple of times then put it back together. 

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I'm sorry, forgot to mention it in my "done already"

 

 

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