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Solder a replacement Keyboard Port


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trelement

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I've got no other options, but to solder another keyboard port onto the PC..

Any advice on that?

It's my last resort :tazz:
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no advice....but good luck dude...i hope it works out for you
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hehe. Thanks, I'll keep you updated
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hope you are good with solder!!! Be aware most Motherboards are multilayer so you may not be able to get all the connections you need.
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How old is the pc, it may just be easier to get another. You would be surprised how little a recycled machine can be gotten.
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