On Monday 13 September 2010 11:00:26 jtd wrote:
On Monday 13 September 2010 07:18:30 h.godavari
Kenneth Gonsalves wrote:
On Sun, 2010-09-12 at 11:26 -0500, h.godavari
Is there an adapter card to install a PS2 style
mouse in an
ISA slot of
a 486 Mobo? Thanks for your help.
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Thank you Kenneth, I could not think of the words for a proper
I am still interested in hearing from the knowledgeable folks if
an adapter board (capable of installing a ps2 style mouse into an
ISA slot) exists.
If you want a ps2mouse or kybrd on a old din connector, a din male
to ps2 female cable is available. A ps2 female to Din male is also
available. This allows connecting old device to new mobo or vice
versa. Used both and they work well.
On a related note the usb to ps2 does not work very reliably for me.
After booting the mouse and keybrd is never recognised. One has to
unplug and replug, the keyboard will start but not the mouse.
Also it does not work at all with a KVM switch.
The result is I have to use multiple mice, or junk the KVM for a