The two adapters in the article are only for the MS keyboards and mice that shipped with a USB plug and adapter together. When your review is displayed on Amazon.com, this text will be transformed into a hyperlink, like so:Amazon EchoYou are limited to 10 product links in your review, and your link text Copy the web address of the product3. My keyboard is listed as a HID Keyboard Device, part of a USB composite device (volume buttons too).The composite device uses the driver usbccgp.sys, the HID device uses hidclass.sys, hidparse.sys, hidusb.sys, http://admitcore.net/to-usb/usb-keyboard-ps2-adapter-not-working.html
I have one (Score:1) by scythian ( 46974 ) writes: Let me guess ... Something like this http://www.amazon.com/SANOXY®-USB-PS.../dp/B00007AP2O - look cheaper now. So I tried plugging the adapter directly into a USB port on my desktop. Are there any adapters then that also carry the power over?
We've actually devised plans to use them as weapons of mass destruction. The first one would randomly "lock up" the keyboard, causing whatever character I was pressing at the time to be repeated over and over until you unplugged the adapter. I'd blame the store for selling them, but it clearly says that it won't work without the correct keyboard.
As far as I can tell, since the adaptors which work are always larger, I assume they have extra electronics inside so they can communicate with the USB port more intelligently. When your review is displayed on Amazon.com, this text will be transformed into a hyperlink, like so:Amazon EchoYou are limited to 10 product links in your review, and your link text For two computers, Abit KT7 and Asus A6000, that have Lubuntu 14.04 LTS installed, neither dmesg or lsusb show a reaction when I plug ps/2 mouse via adapter to any of Ps2 To Usb Converter Circuit Diagram USB actually powers components like iPods, cameras, multi-function keyboards, etc and I can't see that happening w/ just a 5v supply. - I could totally be wrong though..
And some mobos have a jumper as well as a BIOS setting to enable power-up from PS/2 keyboard. Ps2 To Usb Converter Driver So looking for such an adapter is considered "overengineering"? The adapter doesn't do any of the neccesary protocol conversion, it just let's the keyboard's internal dual-mode PS/2 and USB logic talk the right way to the PC. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/usb-to-ps-2-adapter-not-working.1732386/ I have tested them now with three different computers, two different mouses and keyboards without any success.
Show all reviews5.0 out of 5 stars"This is not the adapter you are looking for" ;)ByWilliam Eisenhaueron November 22, 2011Verified PurchaseUnless you literally lost something that looks just like this item...then Ps2 To Usb Keyboard Adapter Won't Work I suppose those earlier adapters were just bad ones or something. Both have their limitations and quirks. Have 6 of them here from 2 different makers.
The "i-Mate" ADB to USB didn't work. check my blog You bought a keyboard that only supports the PS/2 protocol, which is why you need something that translates the PS/2 protocol to USB [centralcomputer.com]. Ps/2 To Usb Signal Converter If you do NOT have the related chips and software on your computer, we strongly recommend you to by the whole converter [centralcomputer.com]" The one in that link looks more substantial Playstation 2 To Usb Adapter Driver same reason why ps2->serial converts don't work with all mouses(just with the one's they shipped with usually) & etc... (however, there might be such devices you're looking for but don't be
Still, Microsoft is not very good at introducing those to the technical community. this contact form Was this review helpful to you?YesNoReport abuseCommentInsert product linkPaste the product's web address below:Product not found. Agreed, though I think you can start getting *some* idea at less than 20. (Notreally at 1 or 2, though.) Administering six PCs is enough to let you weed outthe stuff Back to top #7 silverxx12 silverxx12 Topic Starter Members 3 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:48 AM Posted 13 January 2012 - 05:57 AM Hi, usb port is wrking as i have Ps2 Keyboard To Usb Converter
Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? I have seen these before on my computers at work and they must be readily available. To insert a product link, follow these steps:1. http://admitcore.net/to-usb/usb-to-ps2-adapter-not-working-on-keyboard.html It's a fact that the more complicated PS2 to USB adapters do not always work reliably in Windows XP.
Find the product you want to reference on Amazon.com2. Ps/2 To Usb Converter In my experience.. (Score:2, Informative) by Anonymous Coward writes: In my experience, PS2 -> USB keyboard adapters only work when they're shipped with the keyboard. but hey, for anyone who wants to decrease their keyboard footprint, snag one of these.
When you use the provided adapter, those USB pins are connected. Was this review helpful to you?YesNoReport abuseCommentInsert product linkPaste the product's web address below:Product not found. Paste the web address in the box5. Ps2 To Usb Active Adapter Be aware, though, that if you are using it with KVM, that Win2K/XP boxes need to have access to said devices while they power up, or they won't be recognized until
The one I use... (Score:1) by Tolomak ( 173813 ) writes: ...for about a year now is an EZ-PU21 (google for it), no problems whatsoever. The easiest thing to do here would be to think outside the box. I've not attempted it on a Dell, but it definitely doesn't matter on any motherboard I've bought in the last few years.. Check This Out USB actually powers components like iPods, cameras, multi-function keyboards, etc and I can't see that happening w/ just a 5v supply. - I could totally be wrong though..
Nope.Okay, maybe my version of Windows doesn't support a USB keyboard? (Windows 7? Drivers? (Score:2) by op00to ( 219949 ) writes: Did you install the vendor's drivers, or did you just expect the device to "just work"? We ended up modifying the product firmware and the software on the PC side to make allowances for these converters. you bought a happy hacker keyboard.
Re:Read the further description... (Score:5, Informative) by DavidTC ( 10147 ) writes:
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