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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 07:46 AM
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Backwards compatibility does get taken too far some times. Do we really need to keep putting PS\2 ports on consumer motherboards? Sometimes you just have to shove those who don't want to move forward.
you leave my ps/2 connectors alone! those are for installing WIn7 you nave
We'll always see PS/2 ports on high end boards since it's less stress when overclocking. I'd prefer we keep PS/2 and convert all the USB A ports to type c so we can actually begin the type c transition and keep 1 type a port.

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You need PS/2 to install windows 7? I cut the connectors off of ps/2 keyboards when I find them, I've never had a problem installing windows 7.
Win7 doesnt contain the necessary USB drivers for modern CPUs. You either use PS/2 port, or patch the Win7 installation media to have the necessary USB drivers. I believe I also heard that some motherboards use a bios trick to retain control of USB and they contain the necessary USB drivers in the bios so you dont have to do anything.

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Win7 doesnt contain the necessary USB drivers for modern CPUs. You either use PS/2 port, or patch the Win7 installation media to have the necessary USB drivers. I believe I also heard that some motherboards use a bios trick to retain control of USB and they contain the necessary USB drivers in the bios so you dont have to do anything.
Yeah, I just saw one yesterday that supported "legacy USB" so you don't have to do that.


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