Published on 27th December 2007 by
Andrew "Spode" Miller
Originally Posted by Andrew MillerFeel free to laugh at my poor soldering
Originally Posted by instant riceTechno-jargon aside, this mod has me considering an Eee, which I was previously turned off from because of the lack of storage.
Is there anyway to trick it in to thinking it's a real hard drive?
First, I've heard that on the lesser models without a webcam, there's an internal USB header which would otherwise have been used for the camera. Is this active and just not connected to anything, or are the traces to it cut? Because if it's still wired up, that would make a very easy place to solder to without killing an external USB port.
Second, you said the operating system takes 2.6 GB. How does this work on the 2GB model? Is it missing software as compared to the others?
I would love one, but the screen res is too small :(
For starters, 32GB Class 6 SDHC cards are supposed to be with us in January of 08
A fair point. But as this is a modding site, that would seem a tad boring :P
Originally Posted by jfab199+While not as easy check out this one
Originally Posted by leemoHi. Having just got a asus eee pc 4g and having the same storage problems, and read the article above. My question is.... will it work with the Window Os or is it jist for the Linux Os and does it increase C drive memory or show as another drivewhen seen on "my computer" properties..Your help greatfully recieved.
The size is great for what I need and I need more C drive storage as a master.
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