Not only that, but, if I remember right, ejecting the tray only worked via Windows’ context menu, and not via the physical eject button. The computer was manufactured on August 20th of , which, oddly enough, is three years late of one of my friends’ birthdays. I tried cleaning the drive’s heads with a Q-tip and alcohol, but it didn’t do any good, so I simply took the good floppy drive I had installed in the system, and put it where the original drive went. I moved one jumper, and I got an instant MHz! Another problem I had run into, was that the eject button didn’t line up.
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Putting the Mitsumi’s tray cover onto the CD-RW drive’s tray didn’t work at first, as the plastic tabs that grabbed at the edges were too far inward.
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We then optimized this system to run very quickly. Dukane eMachines Encore Electron.
The case material is particularly impressive, having metal panels on the inside, and plastic on the outside. The computer was manufactured on August 20th ofwhich, oddly enough, is three years late of one of my friends’ birthdays. Who said modding was only about the results?
While this gave me a working floppy drive, the eject button is too far recessed into the case. Lanier Lantronix Legacy Electron. Hilariously enough, it works amazingly! Quantum Radio Shack Revolution Soft. I tried cleaning the cideo heads with a Q-tip and alcohol, but it didn’t do any good, so I simply took the good floppy drive I had installed in the system, and put it where the original drive went.
Using a screwdriver works around this.
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Table of Contents Top Modding. Finally, there was the disc drive to deal with, which was the most involved of these modifications. Call me crazy if you like, but the fact of the matter is, I overclocked a Pentium II inand I’m happy, even if the time it took to do this outdid the potential speed gains!
Not only that, but, if I remember right, ejecting the tray only worked via Windows’ context menu, and not via the physical eject button.
The bays still the blanks. I moved one jumper, and I got an instant MHz! It was a very simple and easy process.
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Roland Saleen Samsung Electro. All you hear is the quiet droning sound of the power supply’s fan, and the motor of the hard drive, muffled a lot by the case’s side panel. As with the floppy drive, the original disc drive had no faceplate, but it did have a tray cover. So, I moved the jumpers from looking like this stock: Upgrading the processor on this model would have been a waste of money, when I could just overclock the one I already have.
The faceplates were already off of the drives in question the original didn’t even have one. We tested this computer by plugging in a power cable included and connecting it to an external monitor not included and turning it on.
Doing this gave me MHz on the first try! It’s like it was meant to be! I took the original drive out, and the good CD-RW disc drive I had installed in the system, and I took the front accessories off of each.
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Another problem I had run into, was that the eject button didn’t line up. There are no other fans in the system.
It was time to mod. On January 31st ofI was doing some capacitor condition inspection amongst my computers. We entered the system bios and found no issues and configured the system for optimal performance.
The system then booted into Windows Millenium Edition and there were no issues. The inner tabs nearest to my thumb were the ones that were interfering, but they’ve been sanded down, which is somewhat apparent in this picture. This was something that I saw a while ago, but I didn’t try it.