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Old 04-17-2005, 03:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Win 95 PS2 Port Problem Question

I have an old computer that I am giving to a friend. I was using it at 8:30 PM and it was fine. When I got home at 10:00 PM after going out, the mouse stopped working. I tried everything. i tried a USB mouse another PS2 mouse and none worked. I tried chanigin settings in control panel and nothin wroked. Is something wrong with the PS2 port or what? I have an option to use a Serial mouse, but what is wrong with a PS2 port? Is there a bug in Windows 95 that causes this problem? Should I rollback to Win 3.1 or what? I'm totally likely confused....HOW THE DOES A STUPID PS2 PORT AND MOUSE STOP WORKING!!!!!

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