Quote from: eto on Today at 15:19The Pico can act as a USB keyboard. So you can connect the notebook keyboard pins to the GPIO pins, install some software and use the keyboard as a USB keyboard through the Pico.Thanks for the nice video @eto. At least I got an idea how to proceed.
here it is done with retro computer keyboards, but it should be similar for your keyboard.
Quote from: HAL6128 on Today at 14:21Could this be driven by a Raspberry Pico connected through the GPIO (from 1 to 19) or similar (3.3V) ? I assume a driver should translate the signals to PS/2 conform serial signal through another GPIO (data line). But a PS/2 keyboard needs 5V?
mainLoop: ;#8003 ;while StartAddress < EndAddress
PUSH IX ;Copy current Address to
POP HL ;HL
LD A,L ;Check if HL<BC
RET NC ;if HL<BC return (end address before start adress)
ADD HL,DE ;Add offset to HL
CALL printAddress ;Print Address