View Single Post
Old 23 March 2012, 22:42   #2
prowler
Global Moderator

prowler's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Sidcup, England
Posts: 10,203
It's not clear from the picture. Is that SIMM socket on the back of the card angled? If it is and it fouls the trapdoor when the card is fitted, then you'll have to leave the trapdoor off and see if the keyboard fits flush then.

If it's okay then, and you really want to fit the trapdoor, it may be possible to fit a SIMM socket which will position the SIMM to lay parallel with the card.

It's unusual for the SIMM socket to be on the back of the card like that. Sometimes it's possible to fit a special SIMM socket on the other side of the board which reverses all the connections internally, but I'm not sure it would be appropriate in this case.
prowler is offline  
 
Page generated in 0.05042 seconds with 9 queries