Re: keyboard problem

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Subject: Re: keyboard problem
Name: ludicrous
Date: 7/26/2002 10:24:12 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: keyboard problem posted by BH

You haven't been using the same favorite keyboard all this time, have you?

Is it PS/2? If so, the next time it happens, try unplugging and then re-inserting the connector instead of rebooting. You can usually do this with a PS/2 or AT-5-pin keyboard without losing the keyboard (as will happen if you try it with a PS/2 mouse).

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