ECS K7S5A Motherboard System Take Up To 2 Minutes To Boot

ECS K7S5A Motherboard System Take Up To 2 Minutes To Boot

Hi guys,

My motherboard is very strange. Sometimes it will take up to a few minutes to post. I have no idea it suddenly started doing this. I have tried everything and all I can figure is that it is somehow related to the USB ports possibly.

Why do I say this?

Because if I disconnect my scanner the problem occurs less frequently. I only have a printer hooked up to USB now and by disconnecting that, the problem goes away (it also depends if the printer is on or not).

This is very strange but this is the only conclusion I've reached. I can't update the firmware either because my floppy drive doesn't work, possibly a bug with this motherboard as some say their floppy drive won't work properly even if it is replaced :)

If anyone has an idea I'm ready :)



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