John calls in to talk about how you can get a USB to PS2 adapter for your old keyboard and computer if yours doesn't have a USB port. Leo says that if you are still using a computer that doesn't support USB keyboards, this is a good way to do so. However most, if not all, computers support USB in some form and way.
Greg has a Logitech video conference system and he wants to know if he can make an extension cable based on the PS2 cable. He made one, but it says "USB device not recognized." Logitech's extension is too short and expensive. Leo says there's probably some circuitry bonded into the cable that it's looking for. He may want to try splicing in additional cable in the original. He'll be destroying it, but it may work. He may also need to deal with DRM Copy Protection. But if the circuitry is on either end and he's splicing in more cable in the middle, he may be good to go.