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ps/2-usb funk : powerbook g4 not recognizing peripherals


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I am trying to connect a microsoft intellimouse and microsoft ergonomic keyboard to my powerbook g4 using a Kingsus tech ps/2-usb adapter that claims to be mac compatible.

And its not working.

I installed MS intellipoint and intellitype pro version6.1 (v.165)

Any suggestions?
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