[OLPC New Zealand] New prototype XO-1.75s in Auckland, New Zealand
tom at carrott.org
Fri Aug 26 20:12:20 EDT 2011
On Wed, 2011-08-24 at 09:17 +1000, James Cameron wrote:
> > We have some XO-1.5 prototypes with wich we could swap the touch pad
> > and see if the problem follows the touchpad or stays with the 1.75. Is
> > that useful?
> Yes, I think so.
I swapped the bottom half of our clicky keyboard XO-1.75 with Tank, a
prototype XO-1.5. The mouse problem followed the touch pad with
identical jumpy behaviour when plugged into the XO-1.5. The XO-1.75
performed normally with the XO-1.5's touch pad. The touch pad assembly
is different in these two laptops. Is there anything you want me to
record (model number? from where?). One has a blue circuit board and the
other a green one, I'll post photos shortly.
The actual swapping operation was quite involved. I think maybe it would
have been easier to unplug at the motherboard end? The clicky keyboard
has 5 extra screws not mentioned in
http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Disassembly_bottom which had me stumped for a
I'll update #11171.
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