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Each of these functions, inside a Super I/O, is split into its own logical device and everyone of these devices is identified by an hex number (starting from 0x0) called logical device number (LDN).  
Each of these functions, inside a Super I/O, is split into its own logical device and everyone of these devices is identified by an hex number (starting from 0x0) called logical device number (LDN).  
I.e. addr 0x05 and 0x06 are the LDN respectively for the keyboard and the mouse.
I.e. (addr) 0x05 and 0x06 are the LDN respectively for the keyboard and the mouse.


Check your chip's datasheet to find the complete list.
Check your chip's datasheet to find the complete list.

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