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    anon SBI Decided to reassemble this old laptop #finally #useless #wherethefuckdoesthisscrewgo
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    image anon SBI Decided to reassemble this old laptop #finally #useless #wherethefuckdoesthisscrewgo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Razor View Post
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    Anyway, I opened the thing up and remembered I had to deal with this...



    Fuck it. I'm getting in touch with a few scrap houses to see how much they'll give me for this junk. If it's half of what I paid, I'd consider myself as breaking even. After all, I recently got my hands on a 64-bit multicore laptop for the modest sum of $0.00, a perk of working my current job. No point in trying to make this thing work instead of just enjoying the newer one.
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    We could give it to the aliens. Maybe they'll learn some new tech...

    Seriously now... i'm actually glad you have a new one, you deserve it. I'm always upset when having very old laptops/pc's that work but cannot be sold, traded, gift wrapped, etc. By definition, if it works it can't be junk. However, they are worth a lot to collectors, should you be able to find one.
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    Used to make old pc a server to manage connected devices on the network Im not sure if that old laptop can run 24/7 but if it does then this would be a perfect usage of it
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    shove it where the sun don't shine
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    Quote Originally Posted by koel View Post
    shove it where the sun don't shine
    Yeah, I've already been keeping it under my bed all this time.
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    PS: my new laptop is and isn't 64-bit capable. More on that later, on a new thread (first I will watch Breaking Bad).
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    In the end, I never bothered to reassemble it. Donated it to my school yesterday night (well, it's currently on a temporary storehouse until the school opens) along a ton of other malfunctioning/useless gadgets I had. Surely Electronics students will be able to take their working parts and do something with them?

    I did keep the super-duper Compaq briefcase it came on, though
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