streaker69 wrote:Umm, you building a GPS or slaughtering chickens?
3dafx wrote:I wonder when Barry will notice this. It's my last usb keyboard. My previous workhorse fell victim to a party foul and subsequent m80 explosions.
I hacked off some mainboard connector from the same machine and it plugged right into the gps board. Who says Macs aren't good for anything.
3dafx wrote:Nope. Do you know some sweet mod to make it work?
Imagine my horror when I tried to log on to Window$ the first time. Hmm ctrl+option+???? WHERE THE FUCK IS THE DELETE KEY!
Barry wrote:...Pain to take apart and troubleshoot.
Barry wrote:I'll agree to a point. The bubble iMacs and eMacs suck to work on. The newer iMacs, G4, and G5 towers are a breeze. The G4's were probably the easiest computers I've ever had to work on. The new Dell's aren't too bad though. The Mac mini is a pain to take apart, but once you have the outside opened up it's not too bad. The G4 Cube isn't too bad either, unless you have to take the core apart, that can suck. The old black powerbooks were cake, like 10 screws and the thing was broken down to it's component pieces. The new ones though, euuu. 27ish screws and you can get the outside off. Then there's another 50 or so to get to anything important. All of the xServes are cake, mostly thumb screws.
Barry wrote:...xServes are cake, mostly thumb screws.
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