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Charity or dump it?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dmcg69, Feb 2, 2005.

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  1. dmcg69

    dmcg69 Thread Starter

    Nov 3, 2003
    ello peeps i have a P1 133 pc that im about to throw in a skip but feel i either need to be told not to or be pushed to do it :D

    it works perfectly however the mouse port on the pc can't be detected from the motherboard. When it boots up it says keyboard detected and then doesn't mention anything about this mouse when it used to say "detected"

    anyone any ideas how i can fix this or would it just require replacing the mobo.

  2. lemondrop


    Jun 24, 2004
    If the ps2 port is dead it's dead. Probably going to cost more to fix than what it's worth.

    If it has any USB ports you can always tell the charity that it will need a USB mouse.
  3. winbob


    Aug 2, 2004
    I'd be surprised if it has a USB Port, but if it is a PS/2 Port, then it surely has a serial port, and a mouse could be attached there.

    If yes, turn off the PS/2 port in the BIOS.
  4. GregFenton


    Feb 9, 2005
    PS2 mouse ports have a fuse, check it hasn't blown.. if it has, replace it.
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