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A journey into the Toshiba 1605CD Satellite as we dismantle, destroy, and rebuild it.
- Old school screenshot showing the floppy drive containing files and the cd-rom containing folders. I had checked a few seconds
- My usb extension cable fits in nicely, so any device should as well. If not, he can buy my cable.
- The usb port isn't quite lined up, and I was concerned that a usb device would not fit into the hole.
- Fascinating... a satelite on a satelite.
- And finally, the os of evil on the laptop of evil.
- Place the keyboard on the laptop upside, connect the cables and rotate down.
- During all this, I had somehow disconnected the 3.5" floppy. This cable connects underneath where the ram is. That's a 12
- The computer was put together in reverse order it was taken apart. Here, we see the half-assembled computer turning on, proof t
- Here I took the soldering iron and swished the white plastic around with the blue plastic, melding them together forever.
- Here you can see the wire and pins from the inside of the case.
- The picture showing the wires being placed in the laptop came out pretty horrible. I'll put them up here later for reference.
- I know a lot of you have been wondering for years that very important question... does Squegie tin his wires? The answer of co