WTB: datasheet for intel compatiable 8042 ic.

From: jpero_at_sympatico.ca <(jpero_at_sympatico.ca)>
Date: Mon Jan 1 13:20:51 2001

This is microcontroller chip commonly found on clones till post
pentium packaged in 40 pin DIP. After that, non-legacy and embedded
8042's in chipsets in newer boards and later.

Right now I need the pin info where clock goes into that 8042 so I
could bypass current clock source. Motherboard's clock generator is
sick. Most of it is partially working, which is very common on one
brand chipmaker. !! Do it by injecting 8042 directly with crystal
xtal or use 4 pin oscillator ic. Need Mhz as well, 12Mhz?

Search on 'net gave nothing and Intel had EOL'ed that 8042 2 years
ago. >:-P

Also I'll have to inject 24mhz into the SMC super i/o ic as well,
already knew can find datasheet for that.

I have seen partial working clock generators more than once in one or
two brands chip generator and think this is quality issues.


Received on Mon Jan 01 2001 - 13:20:51 GMT

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