Interested in the M6500 depending on what you can do with the price. $270 gets me a very nice M6700 nowadays.
Also consider parting it out, in...
You could try 98lite: https://www.litepc.com/98lite.html
Oh, and you can get 98SE from WinWorldPC.
You really don't want to run W2k or XP on a CF-25, they're just too slow.
By the time I factor in shipping it'd be a rather expensive 920XM so i'll pass for now, thanks.
920 or 940XM?
@MrMogwai damn that's expensive, if they were €100 for both that would have been a better deal.
Too expensive, or is that €100 for both?
Then drop in a C840/M50/8200 board in it, the chassis is IIRC the same.
I'd imagine the Pentium III in a C810 will bottleneck a Quadro/GeForce4. Why not go for the Quadro4 500 or GeForce4 4xx Go cards instead?
Yaay my battery resurrected itself!
EDIT: It killed itself again. LUL. Oh well, I wasn't expecting anything out of it anyways.
If it's a two pin CMOS battery you could just get one from eBay for a older ThinkPad.
Received the 28, it's missing a COM port cover and the PCMCIA slot cover. There's one on eBay but ehh i'm not in the mood to get reamed for shipping.
That's a MPCI card. Does the CF-28 have a U.FL cable somewhere near a MPCI slot?
Instead of a 31 Mk5 I ended up buying a CF-28 locally just for sh*t's 'n giggles. Based on the reading i've been done it should have 11b WLAN, but...
4get it, arguing with LGAtards is useless on a forum like this.
Also, link a proper benchmark/review site like Notebookcheck next time.
Enable CSM in the BIOS.
Here's a question: why bother with Intlel which runs hot as hell, hilariously insecure and is stuck on 4c/8t? Why not get a modern Ryzen laptop...
There's your problem. Win7 does not support UEFI without CSM.
What about the W540 if you can live with the godawful touchpad?
If it's wired as USB I don't see why you can't use it as extra USB port for things like Bluetooth or a Logitech Unifying receiver.
That looks like a WWAN slot
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