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    i found that a no-brand usb to ps/2 adapter recommended at a ibm keyboard modifcation page has worked with no lag in games like doom3 on my athlonxp 2000. it is AUD$20 so perhaps this could be an alternative

    it does seem to have a input throughput cap on it as when i mash the keyboard it will 'spurt' out characters. but not noticeable when typing at 90 wpm

    the only identification of the adapteer is the model number WC7571, there is a photo of it from the store i bought it from in australia:

    http://www1.jaycar.com.au/productVi...x=&SUBCATID=246
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    a photo of the package is available here (search for the reference to jaycar)
    http://www.geocities.com/jszybowski/keyboard/
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    What I want to do is use my 4-channel PS/2 KVM (D-Link DKVM-4K), with PS/2 mouse and keyboard, already installed with 3 PS/2 equipped PCs, and a new (planned obsolescence) DELL machine with NO PS/2 sockets.
    Which PS/2 to USB will work between the DKVM-4k PS/2 ports and the USB port on the new PC?
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