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In my spare time I decided that I was going to convert an old sony laptop into a digital picture frame / dvd player / wall unit. What it became was so...
The said laptop came with Micro$oft Windows ME installed which, clearly, would not do. After toying with various lightweight linux distributions, I se...
Disassemble the laptop by removing all the screws in the case and on the inside to allow the components to come free. You can throw out / recycle the ...
I bought an 11 x 14 clear plastic shadow box from Michael's to serve as the new case.Drill holes in the front of the shadow box for the screws which w...
Place the LCD face down against the front of the shadow box. Attach it with the long screws and secure with the nuts.Reassemble and reattach everythin...
Say a quick prayer and attempt to power up the "new" machine.
Well, that's it. I later bought a picture frame holder (also at Michael's) and flexible keyboard. After adding a wireless mouse that was hanging aroun...
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