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SubjectRe: Input issues - key down with no key up
> > > > The PS/2 keyboard protocol is utterly absurd.
> > > Yep. It's a dozen or more years of hack upon a hack.
> > Well, mode #3 with no translation in the i8042 looks quite sanely.
> What are the known problems with mode #3, then?

It's poorly implemented by a lot of keyboards.

Has anybody actually verified that the keyboards that are presenting
the problem in quesiton are not specifically identifyable by their ID
string, or some other means - E.G. they only exist on specific, known
laptops?

My keyboard has a distinct ID, and works fine in set 3, but isn't
detected as set 3 capable. I'll have to make a patch some time...

John
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