You read it!
I'm booting too fast for my own USB keyboard to even connect, I can't get into my BIOS (Del, F2)
How do I add a 5 second delay to boot time?
(No I don't have a different keyboard USB's all I got, don't even have the port on my mobo for that)
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(Solved) - "Too fast" boot up times.(6 posts)
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You read it!
What make and model is the PC
and what do you mean by "(No I don't have a different keyboard USB's all I got, don't even have the port on my mobo for that)" how do you plug in the keyboard if as you say "don't even have the port on my mobo for that"
Has the motherboard got a PS2 connection?
Once I installed Win8 on my desktop with an SSD I too had this issue. I resorted to looking up the computer model number manual (or the Motherboard model manual) in order to find the key(s) I needed to press during booting. It really flashes too fast to read....it was not that the keyboard was not connecting in time, it was that I could not read the screen during booting. If you tried another keyboard and it works, then it may be the USB keyboard "not-connecting in time" issue as you suspect.
Kelen I did that and it worked, I enabled fast boot, used all 12 threads to boot my PC, it would boot so quick I wouldn't see the splash screen, finally after removing all media connected to it I was able to get to the bios ^o^
Poor keyboard couldn't even keep up with Windows 8's boot speed :p