Ok I have a PS2 Keyboard that was playing up on me (intermittently working). I found that if i pushed the keyboard cable downwards that it would work. So I guessed there was a loose connection. I unscrewed it, and it turns out one of the wires was exposed from its sheathing and it seemed damaged/frayed or whatever you call it. In an attempt to strip the surrounding wires with my knife (I didnt have wire strippers available to me) I inadvertantly caused damage to the other cables. Now, i know nothing about this handyman type crap, so if someone could point me in the right direction on how to do a good permanant fix of the cables I would be greatful. Do these steps sound right? 1 - Strip cable 2 - Spread different wires apart 3 - Rejoin wires (by colour code) using solder Is soldering a good idea? I fear it might cause short circuiting when touching other wires or solder joints. Ill post pics when I get the chance.