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Micro ATX Travel Computer (Mini Phantom/FrostByTe*)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by >>PhoeniX<<, Jul 2, 2011.

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    Ok thanks Jester.

    UPDATE: Multifunction panel is now on the way, I have installed a 250GB HDD, and still working on the window. I was also thinking about going and buying another entire dimension 2400 just to get the parts.
     
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    Finally the panel came! Happy Day here.
     

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    You can get a floppy drive blanker for these models, just hunt around on eBay for one.

    Excellent work, I love the old Dimensions!
     
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    Very spiffy! :cool:
     
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    Well guys its finally done! Got my window mounted, cables arranged just right, panel finally came. Came out to be a beauty!
     

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    It looks like you did not use the front USB. How did you adapt the power switch from the old Dell proprietary plug. Solder on new ends?

    This gave me an idea for a HTPC. I have an old 2400 case
     
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    Sorry for the late reply. No actually I yanked a small square momentary switch out of one of my old 98' cases. I would have used the OEM dell USB's but the connector was different to fit the dell board. Just more marketing BS.
     

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