Hey all, I've had a home theater PC for about half a year now. It's a little less traditional than most machines, but anyhow. My previous method of, well, using my keyboard and mouse was to wrap 25 foot PS/2 extension cables around the room, with a keyboard and mouse hooked up to the ends. Reason being that I couldn't find any inexpensive wireless kb/mouse combos with a range of about 12 feet. Much to my dismay, I upgraded the motherboard to an Epox 8RDA+ and discovered that the system doesn't like PS/2 extension cables... I eventually got the keyboard working (apparently it didn't work with my IBM but it worked with some generic I had...go figure) so I know the cables are not bad. However the mouse, just does not work. I have tried about 5 different kinds of mice, and none of them have worked...yet when I plug the mouse directly into the PS/2 port, it works fine! I tried the problem in my main computer's Abit NF7-S and it ALSO does not like PS/2 extension cables. I sold the original VIA based board, but I have two more in my house, of which I have not tried yet. What do you all think I should do about this seemingly trivial problem? I was thinking a USB solution might work, the mouse is USB anyway. Would 2 10 foot USB extension cables work? I am probably going to need about 20ft to work with. Or since USB has a limit I think, would a wall-powered hub + 10ft extension cable work to circumvent that limit?