You may need to do the "exercise the keyboard" thing with lots of isopropyl injected into each keyswitch... (You'll need to make sure it really properly dries before you switch it back on though.)EmulatorCoder wrote:Problem: Keys dont work on the keyboard....<snip>... BUT pressing any other keys... no results
You don't need someone to make them for you if your drives work. You just need audio cables and ADT pro. however I'll make some for you if you want. Are you in Auckland?EmulatorCoder wrote:If you can make me a copy please contact me. Im willing to send you blank floppies with a return courier bag, and pay you for your time/efforts via bank deposit.
What's the plan? Simply an interesting project? or do you have something specific in mind that the other emulators don't do?EmulatorCoder wrote:Im going to write a kick-ass APPLE ][ emulator for windows next year and need this unit working.
Yep... a replacement AY-5-3600-PRO...They're not complete and utter unobtainium.EmulatorCoder wrote:I can fix this with a quick and dirty fix...
EmulatorCoder wrote:Im also surprised that some keys work, although the reset button for example may by-pass the keyboard driver chip, doesnt explain why the apple keys work ?
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