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    ok got an old keyboard need help hacking it up

    ok i got an old ps2 keyboard and want to wire it to where i can have only one button on a cord to use as the number 0 key. can i do it how do i do it

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    i jusr relised this should go to hardware hacks sorry

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    nvm started cutting away plastic circuit bored worked with half cut off cut to much doent work anymore so can a mod close this

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    Is the circuit board still intact? You can emulate pressing a button with some TTL chips, but if going that route just chop off everything except for the cord!

    Should be pretty easy.
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    i got the green circuit board that is hard where all the wires go to how do i do what your saying with it. i destroyed the printed circuit boards

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