From: ken ross (ken.ross1_at_virgin.net)
Date: 2005-09-25 13:34:52
>Can a flat 128 keyboard replace a 128D keyboard? I attempted this by rounding >the edges of the flat 128 KB connector so it would connect to one side of a >male-to-male 25-pin D cable and pluged the other end into the 128D. The >computer came on, but the keys, if they responded at all, produced the wrong >characters -- space bar produced E, etc. Rolf i've not checked inside my 128D however , i had an 8096-sk without a keyboard for a while ~ i found that commodore had just used a jumper cable to get from the keyboard connector on motherboard to the DB25 socket on the front case , so i just plugged in a keyboard from an ordinary 8032 onto the mother board ~ with a bit of protection for the naked keyboard sitting on desktop. ------- http://members.tripod.com/~petlibrary http://www.icpug.org.uk/national http://www.fortunecity.co.uk/skyscraper/perl/316 Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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