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  1. Wanted Aha, really(!):picard From looking at the...

    Aha, really(!):picard From looking at the picture of the A1200 mainboard it seemed like it had pins underneath (solder-through). Obviously this would make the whole effort simpler for sure; and I...
  2. Wanted So if anyone has chips they've desoldered as part...

    So if anyone has chips they've desoldered as part of an upgrade to socketed chips, do let me know. It would help tremendously, as I do need to use a wireless keyboard with this A1200.
    (I assume...
  3. Wanted Exactly. :) (and again, this was primarily due to...

    Exactly. :) (and again, this was primarily due to the seller of the keyboard adapter indicating it would mount over U13 (mpu), not U7, otherwise I would have kept the CIA-A as-is)
  4. Wanted @Sveta, thanks for the offer and your help, but I...

    @Sveta, thanks for the offer and your help, but I feel we're talking past one another here. The only reason I wanted to replace the chip was to use it with an adapter, which is impossible when it...
  5. Wanted Just to further clarify, as all the chips I am...

    Just to further clarify, as all the chips I am seeing for sale are for use with mounting in a socket; I need the type with pins for soldering onto a PCB. I.e, *not* this:

    151756

    In other words,...
  6. Wanted Original CIA chip (391078-01) - not PLCC, for A1200

    Hi,

    (disregard the title for this as it is misleading, thanks @Sveta. It should more accurately say "not PLCC socket")

    I am looking for an original (to be soldered) CIA chip (391078-01), with...
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