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    Keyboard Flashing Fault

    Hello folks,

    After shutdown of PC, my PS/2 keyboard NUM/CAPS/SCROLL continue to flash non-stop, I've tried another keyboard (same make, brand new generic) and still the same.

    I'll try another keyboard in the meantime (after posting this ^^)

    I'm very curious to know if the problem (if it is one) has occurred with anyone else or has advice (heard of problem before) on this?

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    Last edited by Vowo; 25-05-2007 at 09:55 AM. Reason: PS/2
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    may be some faluts with the interface!
    u can check another pc!

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    PS/2 or USB? Tried the other connection if possible? If it's a USB keyboard it may have come with a PS/2 adapter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by this_is_gav View Post
    PS/2 or USB? Tried the other connection if possible? If it's a USB keyboard it may have come with a PS/2 adapter.
    Its PS/2 keyboard , using different keyboard now and it didnt flash.

    this_is_gav, cheers for pointing out out whether PS/2 or USB, edited OP to suit.

    Still extremely intigued to know why it did this on 2 exact same keyboards after using them for 2-3 years.
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