[NTLK] overclocking the MP2x00
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Wed Feb 24 12:27:09 EST 2010
I had an old flash card that no longer worked. It was a Pretec that had a built-in battery that recharged when inserted into a PCMCIA slot. Once the battery died, the card was useless...so I opened it up and salvaged the switch.
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--- On Wed, 2/24/10, Woody Smith <woodysmith at comcast.net> wrote:
From: Woody Smith <woodysmith at comcast.net>
Subject: Re: [NTLK] overclocking the MP2x00
To: newtontalk at newtontalk.net
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 12:05 AM
Well done! Safely removing the crystal is probably the greatest
Where did you get the switch? I have had no success.
On Feb 23, 2010, at 7:13 PM, Forrest Buffenmyer wrote:
> Hello, all....
> While not wanting to veer off-topic too far...I've begun the process
> of adding an overclocking feature to one of my MP2100s. I recall
> there was some interest in this topic a few weeks ago (I believe),
> and I surmised there could also be some interest in reporting the
> progress of someone doing it "live"--well, sort of.
> I've assembled all the parts I'll need to complete the procedure.
> I'm following the Planet Stephanie website instructions...really,
> this looks to be fairly easy (in fact, I'll probably report that it
> was harder to find all the parts!).
> Last night I successfully performed the most difficult part--
> removing (without causing any secondary damage) the original
> 3.686MHz crystal. I hope to complete the work tonight...but I have a
> Personal Shopping appointment at the nearby Apple Store...to discuss
> purchasing an iPhone. But, that's another story.
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