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Old 07-19-2005, 07:22 PM   #16
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Originally posted by ironjohn
Just as an aside, I think it is very unwise to unplug ps2 connectors for either mouse or keyboard.
If you find that you are still having the same problem with a different distro then you might have to
consider that the motherboard has got damaged from unplugging ps2 devices whilst switched on.
Unplugging with usb should be fine as its a hot pluggable technology, so if you only unplugged whilst
using a ps2/usb convertor then ignor this reply
Not really worried about that.. it's a $20 motherboard, and I have another one sitting in my closet.. actually two.. both working


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