Getting in is relatively easy, providing you know where to look. You will first need to remove the battery and take out all the screws on the underside (there should be 13 in total), including the one for the flap that hides the non-warranty voidable removable parts.
Identify the interface and pins on the internal USB port. Find a USB hub that will physically fit into the eo. Find a fast flash drive that will also fit. Cut and wire the internal USB port to talk to the hub. Wire a port on the hub to manage the WiFi or Bluetooth module. Get it all to actually fit.
This bracelet is for the geeks of the leet'est and also for looking funky. You will need 1 Computer motherboard and some telephone wire and thick copper wire (size of the earth wire for house wiring)
I wanted to add internal bluetooth to my tablet PC, so I took a USB bluetooth dongle and shoehorned it into my tablet; adding a little control PCB to allow it to be turned on and off.
With around 40 USD in parts, I was able to increase my GPU clock speed by almost 50 percent to over 370MHz. What follows is directions on how do create this cooler yourself. If you are having heat problems with your laptop or want to explore overclocking, give it a try!
The Steampunk Keyboard looked terribly anachronistic sitting in front of my Dell 1907FP flat panel monitor and while I hesitated to tear open a 300 USD monitor that was still under warantee, art must be served.
Describes a home-made ISA interface card for using a DiskOnChip in a desktop PC.
With the continuous decrease in the use of COM Port devices and COM Ports itselt, the need to migrate to the USB has become increasingly important. Just take a look at the laptop PCs nowadays, it is a miracle if you can even find just 1 COM Port on it.
The perfect gift! These have been very popular as desk ornaments, or on a window sill. great for anyone who uses a computer in their jobs or for fun. I have been making these for a while now, and whenever I go to craft shows, they are the first thing to sell.
Get a laptop from somewhere. I happened to have an old compaq presario 700 laying about. It would only run for five minutes then lock up from heat. Soooo, I decided to get my feet, er, wet in the world of water cooling, using the cheapest methods I could think of.