Loc: Florida, USA
Well a friend of mine gave me a old IBM Thinkpad (75MHz, 24MB ram). With my bored self I opened it up to add more memory. I pulled out a old stick of so-dimm and tryed to pop it in. Well IBM had the idea to make the end knoch bigger so 3rd party memory can't lock into place. After studing the module I noticed if I cut away a chunk of the silcon crap I can make it fit. I took a pair of nail clippers and a razor and start to chip away. After I got it to the point for it to fit I hooked it up to the charger and turned it on. It works! Now my little crumy think pad has 40MBs of ram. I'm thinking to toss DOS on it and use it for some classic games.
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