During POST or after the Intel splash screen, I get an error indicating that a PS/2 keyboard is not connected when there is. I fixed the problem by using a different keyboard. The keyboard in question is an inexpensive PS/2 Microsoft Natural Multimedia and the solution I used was a regular PS/2 Microsoft Natural Keyboard. I'm guessing the "function" key on the MS-Natural Multimedia is the culprit that has been causing the errors in the event log.
I was wondering if a fix for the PS/2 keyboard port can be queued on the list for the next BIOS release. If not, I've found a solution to the keyboard problem anyhow.
Message was edited by: Alex Shim Corrected spelling of motherboard title from DG45TY to DG41TY
I'm seeing this same problem with a brand new MS Natural Elite via PS/2. Older keyboards of the same type have the same issue. Strange thing is that if I just ignore the error, I can manage the bios just fine. Windows XP works just fine too. This is the latest bios - tygr110h.86a.0037.2009.1216.331. This looks like a bios issue and it sure would be nice if it got fixed.
I don't suppose the anoying beeping will ever get changed.