Hardware problem (I think)
S. Anthony Sequeira
tony at sequeira.org.uk
Sun Feb 6 03:40:42 PST 2005
On Sat, 2005-02-05 at 18:05 -0700, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
> And you've tried the obvious (a different pointing device)?
Yes, no joy.
> The biggest concern that I would have is that the pointing device and
> the keyboard are generally controlled by the same piece of hardware
> (used to be a separate chip, now part of something larger), so if that
> device has a problem you could lose your keyboard port as well. It could
> also be something less significant (like a resistor or capacitor
> dedicated to the pointing device port). I wouldn't be too concerned
> about the machine getting worse because of this, though.
No problems with the keyboard (touch wood). I'm glad to read the last
sentence though, thanks.
I watch television because you don't know what it will do if you leave
in the room alone.
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