Hey, sorry I didn’t get back sooner, I’ve had my hands full the last few days. It’s one of the later models, a '93, with drainage channels, detachable cable, and two-piece caps. I doubt it’s a power problem, it does work perfectly if I do the in-and-out BIOS workaround (I’m typing on it right now). Tried changing the numlock status on boot, no dice.
By any chance are you using windows 7? ran across some wonky stuff related to Win7, MSI Bios, PS/2 and b450 chipset
Negative, running Linux. I know for a fact it’s not software-related, this was a problem I encountered while I was building the system and running pre-assembly tests, before I even plugged a storage device into it.
and what version bios, have you tried either updating or rolling back?
7B86vAC, the latest. Didn’t roll back, but I did update to that version to try to fix it.
Any chance one of your keys is stuck, even though the key-caps al appear to be up? Any modifications/customization’s to the model m?
No modifications, all keys are good to go.
did you just build this system? is this a brand new mother-board?
Built it a couple months ago, the motherboard was indeed brand new.
On top of that I am curious if you have tried it with another PS/2 keyboard? or a usb adapter, do you have a ps/2 mouse you could try
Don’t have any of those at the moment, I imagine it’d work just fine with an adapter though.
Just curious about your build now, what cpu and os are you running?
Ryzen 3 2200G, running Zorin OS, my first real dive into using Linux on a daily basis. It’s been a challenge coming from a lifetime of Windows, but I’m happy to say I’ve either fixed or worked around every problem I’ve run into with Linux so far. Gonna add a Strix GTX 1660 Super soon so I can actually run my games properly, lol.
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Just curious what are your settings for wake from s3/s4/s5? in power management, also the hot key setting in there also.
I’m not very familiar with CPU power state stuff, can you walk me through how to check this a little? I vaguely remember fiddling with these settings, but I think I just disabled them outright.