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ML110 G7 Not able to get into BIOS

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Hi, not sure if i ask at the correct section, here go my questions.

 

I have an old server ML110 G7 that i now installed with windows 10 x64 on it to run BlueIris.

Recently it start to do random shut down and i was not able to get into BIOS for some reason so i went ahead and clear the CMOS using maintainance swithc no.6. Afer this i still can't get into BIOS using USB Keyboard (System board have no PS/2) and now it won't even boot into windows 10.

 

Is there anyway to boot into bios? Before i install with windows 10, i dont have any issues getting into BIOS.

 

It looks like the USB keyboard just won't work until it get into windows login screen. I tried to reformat but I can't even press any key to boot from CD.

 

Thanks.

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Hi:

 

You may also want to post your question on the HPE Community Support Forum -- ML Servers section...

 

https://community.hpe.com/t5/ProLiant-Servers-ML-DL-SL/bd-p/itrc-264#.WMizi-R1rGg

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Thanks, i did replied to one of the old thread. Hopefully someone will reply too.

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You're very welcome.

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