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faq:xpc_slim:dh110 [2017/07/06 15:38]
CS [This model has only one PS/2 port, how can I connect both PS/2 keyboard and mouse simultaneously?]
faq:xpc_slim:dh110 [2020/07/08 13:08]
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 ===== This model has only one PS/2 port, so how can I connect both a PS/2 keyboard and mouse simultaneously? ===== ===== This model has only one PS/2 port, so how can I connect both a PS/2 keyboard and mouse simultaneously? =====
-The port is able to support both input devices at the same time. You will have to connect them via a PS/2 splitter cable (PS/2 male to dual-female Y cable).+The port is able to support both input devices to be connected at the same time. You will have to use a PS/2 splitter cable (PS/2 male to dual-female Y cable).
  
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