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Amiga 600 mouse issue
Posted on 1-Feb-2023 7:35:57
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I have an issue with one of my Amiga 600 boards, the on screen pointer moves down when the mouse is moved up and down and on the screen pointer moves to the right when the mouse is moved left and right.

I have swapped U34 but that didn't solve it.

The mouse works fine on other boards.

Does any one know why this is happening.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Amiga 600 mouse issue
Posted on 2-Feb-2023 0:30:14
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And I have an A600 where joystick “right” always pressed.

I think it boils down to getting 8520 replacements… 🙄


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