Need help building computer
I'm in the process of building a barebones system for my car and I've hit a snag.
So far, I've gotten the computer to boot up to BIOS, correctly display the processor and its speed (Pentium 133), amount of RAM (32 MB), recognize the video card (I can read all this on a monitor, can't I?), and recognize the HD I installed as master. However, I get the following error messages in the BIOS screen:
Floppy disk(s) fail
[Not really a problem, since I haven't installed a floppy]
Keyboard error or no keyboard present
[This is troublesome. I have a keyboard plugged in, but I still get this error. Any suggestions? This is the main thing I'm stuck on]
CMOS Checksum error-Defaults loaded.
CMOS battery failure.
[Should I worry about either of these two CMOS messages?]
Press F1 to continue, DEL to enter SETUP
[I can't hit either--it isn't recongnizing my keyboard.]
Anyway, anyone have any advice for this keyboard recognition issue?
As a side, my motherboard has two input slots that look like a keyboard would plug into. One is identical the the keyboard on my new-ish Micron PC--I've been (unsuccessfully) using the Micron's keyboard in the Car Computer's keyboard slot. There is also a larger slot that looks like a keyboard would plug into it. Here's a crude picture of the first:
While the second, larger one looks like this:
I'm sure that's totally not helpful. Anyway, any response would be appreciated. Thanks.