?bob? 06:23 26 Nov 06

i am building a computer and i need a keybord and mouse to work so i need ps2 plugs.

I need to add them on so i was wondering if i could by a chip with ps2 ports on it.

If so,


  €dstowe 06:36 26 Nov 06

Do you mean you are building your own motherboard? Not something I would contemplate.

If not, then choose a motherboard that has PS/2 connectors on it - most of them do.

  ?bob? 06:38 26 Nov 06

I am using a old motherboard wich does not have ps2 on it.

Can i buy a add-on that has ps2 on it?

  €dstowe 07:12 26 Nov 06

I'm doubtful whether you can. PS/2 is so fundamental to a motherboard that they would be installed on the board itself rather than as an attachment.

If your board doesn't have PS/2, what is the method of communicating with it at present?

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