exxos wrote:Guide done for removing the PLCC socket for those who may struggle with de-soldering
nukebloodaxe wrote:Excellent, I see mine's on its way (The guy in NZ at that school.)
Regarding the PLCC socket, I have access to a desoldering gun, have you found it possible to remove the PLCC from an STE board with one? [if you do not have access to one, I'll let you know what happened.]
Given the only practical soldering I've ever done is with your kits, and this is the fifth kit, I'm looking forward to the challenge.
MM41 wrote:Thank you Exxos ,
Have you tried POV or other raycasting prg with the 32 Mhz mode ?
Very good work
nukebloodaxe wrote:I now have an overview of the soldering and fitting process for this kit here: http://imgur.com/a/FuPeV
I've deviated here and there in the fitting of this kit, mainly for practical aesthetics and the way I thought would work for me. There are also a couple of hints and tips on some of the gotchas I came across.
Maeke wrote:And my mother thinks my work table is a mess.
nukebloodaxe wrote:Thank you, I'm perfectly fine with you copying it over and linking through
exxos wrote:Maeke wrote:And my mother thinks my work table is a mess.
Maeke wrote:I wrote that while my mother was throwing a tantrum and cleaned it all, i precise that i am 43yo, so it's a bit .....
exxos wrote:Maeke wrote:I wrote that while my mother was throwing a tantrum and cleaned it all, i precise that i am 43yo, so it's a bit .....
Mothers job is to moan and complain.. its what they do best...
2 user guides at the bottom of the main page now
chris2029 wrote:Quick question. Did the alanh ide controller problem with the booster in 32mhz I read somewhere get resolved?
chris2029 wrote:Does the booster come with a 32mhz capable cpu? Or do u simply reuse the old one and hope for the best? Thanks
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