on 26/03/02 00:12, William R. Dickson at wrd_at_awenet.com wrote:
> Just got my newton keyboard for my 2100. It seems the Newton wants to
> be restarted before it'll recognize the keyboard whenever I plug it
> in -- is this normal?
No, it's not. Don't know what could be wrong, but I (and others) never had
to restart my 2100 before using the keyboard.
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