FatRakoon wrote:Hmmm... Im confused now.
It works on the TT but not the Falcon?
Like I said though, the Falcon is using the Atari Mega Keyboard and an Atari compatible Mouse. The TT is using the Qwertyx with a nice AT Keyboard and Genius Mouse from 1340 or thereabouts, but they are flawless.
FatRakoon wrote:I do have a USB-MOUSE adapter and that also doesnt seem to work on the Falcon either... I have NOT tested it on the TT, however after I whined to the seller anbout getting it to work, he said that if I use a PS/2 style mouse with a PS/2 to USB adapter it will work!!!
FatRakoon wrote:all the way through to actual PS/2 mice that come with a USB adapter,
FatRakoon wrote:Ok, you were right... I have taken the power from the floppy post and it did work.
FatRakoon wrote:I put a multimeter to the power lines in the keyboard and they are indeed putting out 5v, so maybe they are not spitting it out properly?
joska wrote:Does this mice work on a computer with real USB? If they do, then your mouse adapter is broken, because these mice should definitely work with it.
joska wrote:Sounds like your Falcon just can't deliver enough power through the keyboard port for this adapter. Sounds weird though, I wouldn't expect this to draw much power at all. Maybe there's something wrong with your Falcon, or maybe the keyboard adapter. Hard to say.
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