Windows 10: Mouse And Keyboard PS/2 Device Manager Yellow Alerts Solved


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    Windows 10 x64 Pro Build 15063.250
       14 Mar 2016 #1

    Mouse And Keyboard PS/2 Device Manager Yellow Alerts


    I have mouse and keyboard PS/2 yellow alerts on Device Manager, but they aren't plugged. Tried to unistall, but they come back on next reboot.
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       14 Mar 2016 #2

    Be4stElectrjc said: View Post
    I have mouse and keyboard PS/2 yellow alerts on Device Manager, but they aren't plugged. Tried to unistall, but they come back on next reboot.
    Disable PS/2 from BIOS
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  3.    14 Mar 2016 #3

    Hi there

    Slightly OT but a PS/2-->USB connector works a treat -- I have an old decent (IBM) keyboard with proper keys and White with Black letters and it works really well. I'm not a fan of these modern Black keyboards that have almost no feel on the keys when you type and are quite difficult to see the letters sometimes in poorer light.

    (My laptop has Silver on Black -- looks nice too) but I really like the old fashioned keyboard with the PS/2 connector. I don't bother with the mouse -- the USB connector has both keyboard and mouse connectors).

    If you have to do any typing then I prefer a keyboard with "Positive feel". I'm used to an electric Piano with positive keys as well -- I.e the note plays like a "Real" Piano - press harder and it's louder --a lot of modern electric piano's play at the same volume however hard or lightly you press the keys.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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       14 Mar 2016 #4

    Gas said: View Post
    Disable PS/2 from BIOS
    If i disable PS/2 Devices Support i lose MSI Fast Boot. What should i do?

    jimbo45 said: View Post

    Hi There

    Slightly OT but a PS/2-->USB connector works a treat -- I have an old decent (IBM) keyboard with proper keys and White with Black letters and it works really well. I'm not a fan of these modern Black keyboards that have almost no feel on the keys when you type and are quite difficult to see the letters sometimes in poorer light.

    (My laptop has Silver on Black -- looks nice too) but I really like the old fashioned keyboard with the PS/2 connector. I don't bother with the mouse -- the USB connector has both keyboard and mouse connectors).

    If you have to do any typing then I prefer a keyboard with "Positive feel". I'm used to an electric Piano with positive keys as well -- I.e the note plays like a "Real" Piano - press harder and it's louder --a lot of modern electric piano's play at the same volume however hard or lightly you press the keys.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    I don't use them of course. Gaming keyboard and mouse here. Just want to remove that useless alert.
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       14 Mar 2016 #5

    Be4stElectrjc said: View Post
    If i disable PS/2 Devices Support i lose MSI Fast Boot. What should i do?


    I don't use them of course. Gaming keyboard and mouse here. Just want to remove that useless alert.
    How much faster is the fastboot than the "not-fastboot"; with an SSD you shouldn't notice the difference.
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  6. Posts : 142
    Windows 10 x64 Pro Build 15063.250
    Thread Starter
       14 Mar 2016 #6

    Gas said: View Post
    How much faster is the fastboot than the "not-fastboot"; with an SSD you shouldn't notice the difference.
    For now i leave normal fast boot and disable MSI Fast Boot with PS2 Devices Support Enabled (it disables the PS2 ports). But it's not a solution because the error is solved but i can't use MSI Fast Boot.
    Last edited by Be4stElectrjc; 15 Mar 2016 at 07:52.
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  7. Posts : 142
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       15 Mar 2016 #7

    Solved changing regedit i8042prt entry start value to 5.
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  8. Posts : 164
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       15 Mar 2016 #8

    I am glad at last you found the solution.
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