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Old 01-17-2009, 07:13 AM   #29
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I am trying to type on my laptop. I usually use a keyboard and mouse with this, but neither is being recognized. This is agony. How does anyone live with only a laptop?
Is that a Mac laptop? How come it won't recognize the keyboard and mouse? (I suppose that's a rhetorical question: if you knew why...)

I've used laptops exclusively for the last several years. My last desktop machine was a beige G3, c. 1998. I use a USB keyboard and mouse--when I'm at work I switch the keyboard and mouse back and forth between my MacBook Pro and a WinXP laptop, using a KVM switch. When I'm at home, I have an external 15" monitor plugged into the MB Pro, so I don't even miss the extra screen real-estate. Though, of course, it would be nice to have a 24" or 30" screen...

   
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