I got a ps/2 keyboard-mouse splitter and plugged a normal keyboard and mouse into it. The i-opener booted up and recognised them both.... once. Any idea why the i-opener would recognise the keyboard and/or mouse only some of the time?
I'm not sure what version I have, but it starts with a black screen that says I-Opener. I have not been able to get to the bios or the OS. I've ordered a new bios and ide cable from badflash; I'm still deciding what exactly I want to do with this thing.
This little tidbit may have been lost somewhere in the depths of this BBS over the ages, but I seem to remember that with the I-Opener, you need to switch the mouse/keyboard connections when using a standard PS/2 splitter. Simply plug the mouse into the receptacle with the "keyboard" symbol, and vice versa. Does that help?
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