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Motherboard not accept to keyboard

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  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2008

    which ic is working for keyboard on motherboard

  • sacin Feb 27, 2008

    which ic is work for keyboard in motherboard

  • sacin Feb 27, 2008

    which ic is working for keyboard in motherbord

  • Tim Kelso
    Tim Kelso May 11, 2010

    Please be more specific. Are you saying that you are unable to connect the keyboard to the motherboard, or are you saying that the keyboard is not working?


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If its ps2 .replase the ps2 coneter and replase the regiester pack behand ps2 coneter

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

  • kiran kiran Feb 27, 2008

    u replace the keyboard & mouse connector & behind that we have a small resistors package( smd) & smd pf. replace it

    & if u have single line resistors (it will be aound three resistors).replace it


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