During Post the BIOS looks for Keyboard and mouse this is normal . you may want to think about getting a UPS .
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Nonsense, the D510MO board is intended for embedded applications where it must boot without keyboard, mouse or video adaptor (see Technical Product Specification section 3.7.3). A UPS may be useful in some applications, but after some time without AC that too will fail. The issue is to do with what happens after that.
Initial boot without keyboard mouse or video adaptor works for me. I cannot experiment with AC power failures at the moment. In any case the board is useless because of the unresolved USB boot fiasco (http://communities.intel.com/thread/17415?tstart=0).
Destajador please rewrite your second paragraph if you want an answer.
Yes i'm using this mother like stand-alone device, but if i disconnect mouse or keyboard and turn-on the AC power the computer do not start. In fact at the log file i can see the message about the unconnected keyboard. in some old BIOS this issue fix using the HALT-ON-ERROR functions....at the first screen of the BIOS setup..
For now the only way to get it on after power fial is let the keyboard connected.
The other issue is more strange, i'm using the a FTP software called Filezilla, this is a great FTP server. It's comes with a remote administrator that can be used local or remote. This admin connects via TCP at the 14141 port. for some reason time to time this TCP tunnel fails. And the admin must reconect to the server.
What i do not know if is a OS problem or a CPU threading problem.. looks like a thread problem because the computer hangs for a few seconds and then go alive again.
Is a great motherboard but i do not why INTEL do not set the BIOS the setup the HALT errors....