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Adding to the million already in circulation, here is the Digital Picture Frame that I built for about $100.. yes, its expensive for what it is but the ...
Obviously you will need small enough tools to take apart the laptop.. Sadly hammers don't have a great effect on laptops.. We'll skip this part as I'm assuming ...
As I stated in the intro, I used an old CivilNote laptop.. (seen below).. I actually purchased 5 of them on ebay for $50.. so parts were easy ...
From Laptop- Motherboard +CPU- RAM- Hard Drive (Pre-installed OS that can load without password)- Laptop AC Adapter- LCD + all related parts (power converter and backlight plug)Other- Touchscreen ...
Line up the two pieces of plexiglas and drill the 4 holes that will be used to hold them both together. I drilled mine exactly one inch from ...
Attach both the LCD and the Touchscreen to the same piece of plexiglas on opposite sides using double sided tape. IMPORTANT: Ensure that the touchscreen is mounted so ...
1. Center the motherboard on the 2nd piece of Plexiglas and use a permanent marker to mark where to drill the holes that will be needed to mount ...
After mounting the motherboard, determine where the power button is and drill a small hole that will allow for easy access. See image below as an example.
1. Plug the VGA cable into the motherboard, this may need to be done earlier if your motherboard is mounted in reverse. 2. Insert PCMCIA wifi card. 3. ...
1. Plug your finished product into the AC power supply. 2. Power it on 3. Hang it on the wall and enjoy.
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