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Thread: PS/2 Keyboard terminator

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    Post PS/2 Keyboard terminator

    Is there any way I can fool my computer into thinking a keyboard is connected? I was thinkin about using a terminator of some sort, but I'm not sure what pins to jump.. etc. Anybody have any ideas? I guess if all else fails, I can just gut a keyboard and stuff it in the case.
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    If you mean you are getting a boot error saying no keyboard, you can set you bois to not to halt on that error. Set the halt on setting to "No Errors"

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    this, I believe was discussed before, someone said something about there being one, but no-one could remember, I need one too, and have been looking on the net with no luck..

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    Just plug an extra mouse into the keyboard pourt
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    Or pull an old keyboard apart, and just use the cable and little controller inside. Plug the ps2 cable in and stuff the rest in a plastic bag or something somewhere inside the player. No more keyboard error.
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    Cyrix 166 32MB with MPXPLAY And no display. Player sits on the back seat with a keypad in front. Someday I'll mount this thing for good...
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    Take a look at this page.If I remember correct,you should connect the data pin to 5v trough resistor,220 ohm should be ok.
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