|Posted on Friday, March 22, 2002 - 3:28 pm: |
I can remotely manage a WinNT server using VNC and would like to disable the mouse and keyboard. While I can stop these devices in the Devices applet, I would rather use connectors that make the BIOS and OS think a mouse and keyboard are connected. I am sure someone has thought of this adaptation, like for repeating slide shows on a kiosk setup. I would prefer to find a shop that carries these little "null" devices or what electronis I would need to build it myself. Gotta be a way...
|Posted on Friday, March 22, 2002 - 7:50 pm: |
You really don't need any *devices* you should be able to setup the mainboards bios to "not stop on any errors" however on initial boot you may want the mouse and keyboard hooked up so you can make the necassary adjustment to NT server for VCN use than disconnect the mouse and keyboard when done. This is the way I have done it in the past.
|Posted on Saturday, February 1, 2003 - 10:35 am: |
I am new to the computer world and am having trouble with mouse.When i boot up os everything works great.Then i try to install a program and my mouse does not work anymore.I've checked all connections and they are good.I've gone into setup and pnp is enabled but my mouse still does not want to work.Its happening on two different systems i am building for my kids.please help.What could be the problem?
|Posted on Saturday, July 12, 2003 - 3:38 pm: |
First off thanks for helping. I am new new new at this.Just bought a used 96 nec ready9625 it has been upgraded in many aspects and was running great.All of a sudden the keyboard has gone wacko.When I type in the leter e it types out[we yes that is braketwe,the s gives me SD and none of the other keys seem to work.I don't have another keyboard to try. Any suggestions? thanks