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Laptop Rundown 
18th-Oct-2006 07:15 am
linux
Compaq Armada M700 (purchased as corporate surplus for US$50 - see previous post)

Ports:
- IR
- RS-232
- VGA
- dock
- Parallel (standard, bidirectional, EPP, ECP)
- Power
- USB
- PS/2 (combo kbd/mouse)
- headphone
- mic
- PCMCIA (2x Type II or 1x Type III cards)

CPU:
- Pentium III, 1GHz

Memory:
- 576MB

Harddisk:
- 30GB Toshiba MK3017GAP

Video:
- ATI Rage P/M Mobility AGP 2x

Mouse:
- PS/2 Compatible pointing stick (stick is broken)
- Logitech First/Pilot Mouse USB (supplied external Compaq branded mouse)

OS:
- Microsoft Windows 2000 (no license, *not* pirated)

CDROM:
- Compaq CD-224E 24x (Teac plain vanilla CDROM)

Modem:
- LT V.90 Data Fax version 5.41G6 (assigned to COM4)

LAN:
- Intel Pro/100 MiniPCI

Audio:
- ESS Maestro 2E

Chipset:
- Intel 82371AB/EB PCI to ISA Bridge / PCI to USB Bridge
- Intel 82443BX Pentium II Processor to AGP Bridge / Processor to PCI Bridge
- Texas Instruments PCI-1450 PCMCIA Controller

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I think I'd like to get a CDROM upgrade. I'd like to replace the CD-224E with a DVD/CDRW combo drive. It would make my future Linux install easier and allow greater utility.

I will have to dissect the machine to find out why the pointing stick does not work. The buttons are fine, but the stick just won't respond. Fortunately, I was supplied with an external mouse.
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