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 Post subject: can't find the +5V!!!
PostPosted: 02.06.2003 19:19 
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i'm still trying to make my own cryo-mouse.

Now that i've finaly got a multimeter, it was time to find the +5v, well, actualy im not using the ps/2 connector, but three batteries (4,5V) and i still cant find the 4,5V!!!!!

I even checket out google and found this site
http://www.colinfahey.com/2002june5_ps2 ... 2mouse.htm

i still cant find the crap!!! where is it!? the only place i've able to find it, is on the bottom of the circuit board right where the ps/2 connects! but i wan't to get it from the chip, just like in the guides!!!

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PostPosted: 02.06.2003 19:35 
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Follow the routes on that printed circuit board coming from that mouse cable. You should be able to see to which pins on the chip they are going.

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PostPosted: 02.06.2003 19:45 
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I can't!!!

they run thru all sorts o' things (IR thingey)

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PostPosted: 03.06.2003 04:55 
you don't even have to follow the tracings. when i made my fan-mouse mod, i was doing on this mouse i used on my 486 back in the day (it had a shape that allowed a lot of leeway w/ the fan), and i just took my multimeter and tried different combinations of the pins on the IC, and found it.


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PostPosted: 04.06.2003 03:57 
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this might help.

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PostPosted: 05.06.2003 12:29 
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thanks, I think I got it now

when my project is done.... how can I display it?

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Turn that sh*t up and gimme 180Amps!! :o)


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PostPosted: 05.06.2003 14:30 
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You can send up to two images to http://metku.net/modgallery/ and write a detailed text how you made it etc. This way you don't have to find someone to host the images because metku.net will archive them for you.

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