Tecra 8000 lcd replacement Can anyone tell me how difficult it will be to do an lcd replacement on a
Toshiba Tecra 8000? I did an lcd replacement on a Toshiba Satellite 1605cds
and it was really pretty easy. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I have done this and it is not difficult. It is easier to replace the
lcd with the casing because sometimes the internal screws that support
the lcd are hard to unscrew. I sometime have to use a drill to force
them out. If you find an lcd replacement on ebay make sure it has the
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80 minutes of audio? My TDK CD-R's say they are good for 80 minutes but Toast Ti 5.2 and
iTunes 4.0.1 seem stuck on 72. Is there a way around this.
Sitting on a small rock (St. John) in the Caribbean
>My TDK CD-R's say they are good for 80 minutes but Toast Ti 5.2 and
>iTunes 4.0.1 seem stuck on 72. Is there a way around this.
Toast and iTunes do not support 80-minute CDs because there is no such thing.
An 80-minute CD violates the CD standard. Because it violates the standard, it
is not, technically speaking, a true audio CD, and can not be played in many
audio CD players.
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In article <email@example.com>, Tacit
> >My TDK CD-R's say they are good for 80 minutes but Toast Ti 5.2 and
> >iTunes 4.0.1 seem stuck on 72. Is there a way around this.
> Toast and iTunes do not support 80-minute CDs because there is no such thing.
> An 80-minute CD violates the CD standard. Because it violates
Linksys 802.11b PCMCIA Card and The HP200LX (walks old horse into room and begins whipping...)
Anyone have any drivers to allow the use of Linksys 802.11b cards with
Hello, whoever you are
07h ago un-named user wrote:
> (walks old horse into room and begins whipping...)
> Anyone have any drivers to allow the use of Linksys 802.11b cards with
> the 200lx?
That topic has been discussed a lot on the HPLX mailing list.
You may dig in the archives and search them for "WLAN",
"802.11" and similar keywords.
Conclusion of the discussions (as far as I know):
There are no
Over 80 posts in 3 days.. guess who? 82 posts to COLA alone so far this month, Snit - and that doesn't even
include today's, or posts made by your various sock puppets.
Tell us again about how you have a life? :-P
On Oct 4, 4:46=A0pm, Tattoo Vampire <sitt...@this.computer> wrote:
> 82 posts to COLA alone so far this month, Snit - and that doesn't even
> include today's, or posts made by your various sock puppets.
> Tell us again about how you have a life? :-P
Snit has no life. He sits at home forging my posts and begging for my
attention. I give it to him and he plays the victim
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