I bought a generic PS/2 to USB adapter (two female PS/2 connectors that are converted to one male USB plug) So I can connect my favorite keyboard and mouse to my new 7 PC that has no PS/2 ports.
Yes the keyboard and mouse are in working order, and they are compatible with 7, 64 bit (I tested them on another machine that has PS/2 connectors) The converter works fine on my old XP 32 bit machine but it doesn’t work on 7, 64 bit.
When PS/2 to USB Adapter gets bad various adverse effects may become noticeable, not the least of which may be a impeded or faltering internet association.
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I have tried everything from reinstalling all USB drivers to repairing the Windows, but nothing works.
Kindly help in figuring out whether this is a software or a hardware problem and how it can be rectified.