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Re: I/O ports and Ps2 issues
Not at all. you can put any memory stick as long as it's working. hmmmmmm.. so you do get video, but can't move the mouse or do anything with the keyboard. oh hold on, do you have any "feet" between the motherboard and case??
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Swap the speakers. If the problem follows the speaker, then it's a speaker issue. If it stays on the same channel., then it's an amp issue.
Try other source inputs. Is it the same on them? This tells you if it is a source/input/cable issue or a problem with the amp itself.
Fixing it depends largely on what the issue is, and how skilled you are with electronics. The issue could be something as simple as a bad cable or poor connection. Or it could be something age related such as dried out capacitors in the power amp stage, or maybe a blown output transistor pair. Go for the simple troubleshooting tips above and eliminate any basic problems before looking at more complex solutions.
If you're expecting as "press this button and all will be well", then sorry, you can forget that.
Stereo amps are old skool. There's no resets or apps or microprocessors. If something doesn't work then it's because a thing is broken. That means lifting the hood and getting dirty hands.
If you do not want to use mac authentication - are you using an AP that supports VLANs? If so - then create an SSID tagged to a VLAN, with WPA security - and have these PS2 type of devices connect to that SSID - then create a VSC with that VLAN as ingress, and disable authentication.
If that is not an option, then your login web server can detect the UserAgent of the device, and do a NOC based login - this is subject to spoofing of UserAgent (but MAC is also subject to spoofing).
Finally, you could disable authentication, and use Tools/Trace to capture the packets that the Xbox uses, and whitelist in the ACL those ports, then re-enable authentication. I suspect the Xbox also uses port 80 (http) and if so, this method defeats the entire login page redirection.
So mac authentication really is the best method. We operate / manage / installed over 2000 of these type of devices, perhaps we can help you with your project.
First, I would try booting to Safe Mode and see if that gets you to Windows. If it does, then it's a driver issue that can be relatively easily fixed by "Uninstalling" the keyboard in the Control Panel/Device Manager, then rebooting and letting the system reinstall the driver.
If that doesn't do it, then it sounds like the (assuming you're using a PS2 keyboard) PS2 keyboard plug port may be compromised (ie., damaged). Try using a USB keyboard instead and see if that solves your issue (as trying to repair a PS2 keyboard port is not practical).
does the usb cable you are using have 2 usb plugs so you can plug it into 2 usb ports at the same time.
If not, you could try using one, sometimes my external HD will not work on some pc's if i just plug it into 1 port
Because the Laptops mostly do not have the PS2 Port,
if you are using the converters connecting the USB to the PS2.
then It may be the junction related issue.
so find a USB mouse and connect it directly or try with another Converter.
that should work.
It is probably dirty on the inside. My guess is that Dust has built up on the motherboard and some moisture in the air has turned it to a conductive dust. This will casue a probably like you are seeing. Either Clean it up real good yourself or send it to a repair shopp. If you are looking for arepair Shop, Click on "Repair Directory" at the bottom of this screen, and Click on "Video Game Consoles" Pick a good Repair shop in your Area, or Nation.
I'm wondering how old your ps2 is. unfortunately as with anything, electronic, age tends to make things break down. have you tried loading just a normal cd or dvd that isn't a game. if you try that, and it still dosn't work, it could be as simple as a loose connection on the inside of your ps2... or as complicated as the laser in the drive being screwed up. could even be another issue that dosn't come to mind. I hope you figure it out though, sorry I'm not more help.