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Re: EnterMice (Joy & PS/2 mouse interface)
« Reply #495 on: 2018.December.30. 09:11:47 »
The Xillinx chip was able to be programmed, but the interface still did not work properly.
CPLD is completely damaged. After replacing it, everything returned to normal.
I don't know why CPLD could have been damaged.
Power supply is correct, all other elements are functional.
Curiosity.

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Re: EnterMice (Joy & PS/2 mouse interface)
« Reply #496 on: 2019.February.14. 21:30:06 »
Pear, did your Genius mouse arrived? I am very exciting, if it works at you :-)
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Re: EnterMice (Joy & PS/2 mouse interface)
« Reply #497 on: 2019.February.15. 07:02:01 »
Finally it arrived yesterday.
I've got a big luck to shopping :( Two weeks of waiting :evil:
Testing at the weekend.
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Re: EnterMice (Joy & PS/2 mouse interface)
« Reply #498 on: 2019.February.17. 08:56:59 »
I can confirm. The Genius DX-110 mouse does not work with EnterMice. For now ;)
Sometimes only one button can be read. Nothing more.
I wonder what is the inaccuracy in the protocol used in this mouse.

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Re: EnterMice (Joy & PS/2 mouse interface)
« Reply #499 on: 2019.April.07. 11:46:02 »
The Xillinx chip was able to be programmed, but the interface still did not work properly.
CPLD is completely damaged. After replacing it, everything returned to normal.
I don't know why CPLD could have been damaged.
Power supply is correct, all other elements are functional.
Curiosity.
After a few days of use, the error repeated itself. Exactly the same.
The LDO stabilizer is probably defective.
Although it provides the correct voltage during normal operation, it can cause a overvoltage pulse when switching on the power.
I will change it and check again if it will be good this time.

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Re: EnterMice (Joy & PS/2 mouse interface)
« Reply #500 on: 2019.April.16. 11:55:27 »
I can confirm. The Genius DX-110 mouse does not work with EnterMice. For now ;)
You find a solution?

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Re: EnterMice (Joy & PS/2 mouse interface)
« Reply #501 on: 2019.April.16. 12:56:35 »
Not yet.
Too much work.

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Re: EnterMice (Joy & PS/2 mouse interface)
« Reply #502 on: 2019.May.15. 06:08:47 »
The Xillinx chip was able to be programmed, but the interface still did not work properly.
CPLD is completely damaged. After replacing it, everything returned to normal.
I don't know why CPLD could have been damaged.
Power supply is correct, all other elements are functional.
Curiosity.
One puzzle solved.
Poor contact on the supply from the edge connector.
The power supply is taken from two contacts from two connectors.
Both had a weak contact :shock:
Minimal chance of such a fault.
And yet it hit.