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Originally Posted by Crunkles View Post

Heiro keycap?
see ---v

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Originally Posted by faMine View Post

It's from a rap group formed by Del The Funky Homosapien.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hieroglyphics_(band)

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Originally Posted by azianai View Post

waar/demik is weird.
he was the one who pushed for the Wu-Tang keycap too if i remember correctly lol.
Btw Waar, don't ship my GH keys until i confirm the address!
you don't wanna pull a Tsangan, telling me he'll ship to my word address...and mailing my riddler keys to my old address anyway.

hell yeah, everybody should have a wu tang keycap!!!

and yeah, won't send anything until you let me know whats up.
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waar must really like his hip-hop/rap

i do, just not the new stuff. next GH keycap will be black/yellow or yellow/black for wu tang <3
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I got a few Wu-Tang keycaps biggrin.gif. I can't wait.
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Originally Posted by waar View Post

i do, just not the new stuff. next GH keycap will be black/yellow or yellow/black for wu tang <3

I'm not really into hip-hop or rap, but I do love Del The Funky Homosapien.

I should really get into group buys more. Like designing them mostly.
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Originally Posted by Asininity View Post

I got a few Wu-Tang keycaps biggrin.gif. I can't wait.

Snap i want a wu-tang keycap!
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Originally Posted by Akomplice209 View Post

Snap i want a wu-tang keycap!

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Lol!
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Should get my KB from boost tomorrow! Super stoked, especially since it comes with a wrist rest and prototype keycap biggrin.gif
    
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Hey guys, I just found this club and I happen to have a mechanical keyboard.

I do have a question: how many of you have screwed up the PS/2 port of a modern motherboard when connecting an IBM Model M keyboard ?

I have...

I don't know if all the motherboards are the same in this regard, so that is why I ask. I tried connecting my IBM Model M2 to an AsRock 775Dual-VSTA and all the lights went up (Num Lock, etc), but it wouldn't work. Now every time I connect a keyboard to that port the computer boots up fine, and the mouse works, but as soon as I hit a key on the keyboard the mouse also stops working.

Is the keyboard PS/2 port dead or a bios reset can fix it ? I noticed the keyboard has less pins than more modern keyboards (actually I compared it to a Compaq keyboard from 1994, the model M2 being from 1991 lol). Is this a proprietary PS/2 connector that is only compatible with IBM PS/1 computers ?
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Hey guys, I just found this club and I happen to have a mechanical keyboard.
I do have a question: how many of you have screwed up the PS/2 port of a modern motherboard when connecting an IBM Model M keyboard ?
I have...
I don't know if all the motherboards are the same in this regard, so that is why I ask. I tried connecting my IBM Model M2 to an AsRock 775Dual-VSTA and all the lights went up (Num Lock, etc), but it wouldn't work. Now every time I connect a keyboard to that port the computer boots up fine, and the mouse works, but as soon as I hit a key on the keyboard the mouse also stops working.
Is the keyboard PS/2 port dead or a bios reset can fix it ? I noticed the keyboard has less pins than more modern keyboards (actually I compared it to a Compaq keyboard from 1994, the model M2 being from 1991 lol). Is this a proprietary PS/2 connector that is only compatible with IBM PS/1 computers ?

All PS/2 ports should be standard. PS/2 is not plug and play the way USB is. If you connected/disconnected your PS/2 keyboard when the computer was on, it could result in the problem you're describing. I once had a similar thing happen where I accidentally knocked out a keyboard hooked up to a PS/2 connector while the computer was on and the port no longer worked. Resetting the BIOS did not work but clearing CMOS did. Try doing that and reconnecting the keyboard when the computer is powered off. If your PS/2 port is not fried, this should fix the problem.
     
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See this:
http://geekhack.org/showthread.php?29603-Ripster-s-PS-2-Motherboard-and-Purple-Dongle-Compatibility-Guide&highlight=PS.%2F2+compatibility
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