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Windows supports both USB and PS/2 keyboards, and can in fact support having more than one such input device plugged in at a time. However, when a PS/2 keyboard is uninstalled and a USB keyboard is made the main input device (via the Keyboard section in the Control Panel), PS/2 keyboard support is disabled. Note: A PS/2 keyboard will still allow access to ...


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Like the man said, "It really depends on the laptop." Some laptops had just one PS2 port and you could plug either a mouse or a keyboard into it and they both worked, just not at the same time, of course. So the answer to that was if you wanted an external keyboard, plug it into the PS2 port and use the USB port for the mouse. Or use the onboard mouse ...



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