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Re: My voodoo collection

Post  ADOR on Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:40 pm

Hell, I wasn't thinking about that other thread. Sorry about that. The starting bid was 100, I put in 108 if that other guy is intrested. If he gets it I may be intrested in getting his left over case if he wants too.

I was thinking at getting some IR work done to it before I tried to use it. I need to focus on getting my U703 back going. I have it and the D900t on the workbench now. I got tied up with this dam BIOS password on this LIFEBOOK U1010 I got. I wanted something small for the plane. Everything works, just bios is locked out, or was locked out. Finally found out three passwords to put into it to get a hash, then a hash cracker to go in and change the supervisor password. Got Toughbook CF-P1 bios battery to change out and a sony vaio ux280p with a busted screen to see if I can get it to boot. Busy, busy.
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Re: My voodoo collection

Post  East on Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:17 am

I miss the days when it was just a matter of pulling the cmos battery.
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Post  ADOR on Tue Dec 20, 2011 11:53 am

That's true. The newer toughbooks are a real pain on that too. They have a secondary security chip in them, it makes it dam near impossible. I am sure there is a way but I haven't found it yet.
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Post  East on Tue Dec 20, 2011 12:03 pm

With certain thinkpad models you actually have to construct a serial reader for the bios chip and dump the image on another pc.

The good news is once you do you can open the dump with a hex editor and the password is stored in plain text.
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Post  ADOR on Tue Dec 20, 2011 12:32 pm

I have just started reading up on the newer stuff. I would like to fully unlock the bios of one of my toughbooks. I am sure a ton of stuff is hidden.
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Post  East on Tue Dec 27, 2011 3:28 pm

This was listed it has a little less then 2 days left. But it appears you were already aware of that.
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Post  ADOR on Wed Dec 28, 2011 2:41 pm

I seen it and put a bid in, but I figure it will go a lot higher than what I put in. I have one of these, it's my son but I am looking for a replacement for him gaming laptop wise. His started having boot up problems. Since Removing the battery it seems to work fine, and he has got a boot sector virus on it too. I can clean it up and the next day it's back too running SLOW. I have it put up right now. His has a x1600 card in it I think, not the x700 as that one says it is.

I never got to touch the U703 this time home. I did get rid of 11 computers this time home so when the money clears paypal I will have some more play money. Most of them were some I had got for cheap like gobook 2's that a place had most didn't work but 7 bucks plus shipping I stripped the PCMCIA GPS card and antenna out of them for myself and had a few guys I know that wanted the rest for parts so I kind of broke even on those. I have been stripping out and lot of the units I don't plan on keeping so when I have the next 10 or 12 gone of ramdom desktops and laptops my work bench will have plenty of room.

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Post  mrblur on Wed Jan 11, 2012 1:36 pm

Won a auction for Voodoo Razer Keyboard... WooT paid 60 dollars with shipping,.

ebay link to voodoo keyboard.

Just got it today,
sweet...


Nitto - came with an iron on patch...





time to build the voodoo Omen.

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Post  Iago on Wed Jan 11, 2012 4:46 pm

The Omen came with it? Damned good deal for a keyboard!
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Post  mrblur on Wed Jan 11, 2012 4:53 pm

Just the Keyboard, Crazy.
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Post  ADOR on Wed Jan 11, 2012 6:28 pm

I seen that and considered bidding on it but didn't. I have one of these I got a while back but it doesn't work. The case is in great shape. I purchased a regular one to swap parts if I ever get that voodoo desktop I want.
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Post  East on Wed Jan 11, 2012 7:07 pm

I never knew you had the double cage variant. I take it your divider is also drilled for the radiator lines vs mine which has the earlier half circle cut out.
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Post  mrblur on Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:43 am

East wrote:I never knew you had the double cage variant. I take it your divider is also drilled for the radiator lines vs mine which has the earlier half circle cut out.

Not sure????

It's going to be air coolled. Don't really want to deall with all the water stuff.

Hey Ador, did you get your hands on a M11x yet....
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Post  ADOR on Mon Jan 16, 2012 9:45 am

Yes I did. Got one with broke hinge and no picture on the screen cheap but was promised to work on a external monitor. It came in two days ago and my son looked it over for me. 30 buck fix on the hinge and it runs fine even has the restore dvd. The back light or inverter is out or loose plug. I will mess with it when I get home. I sprung for the R1 I wanted vga out and manual graphics swap. If I like it I may try to get another used one for my son since his Voodoo messed up. I can fix it but it's locked in a cabinet right now.

I am helping him trouble shoot his dell 745 optiplex right now. It took a dump on him. Got him to pull parts to see what it was. He says the hard drive won't work in any pc, his ram still works and his video card is fine. But it still won't work. I got a amd x3 2.3ghz machine to use as a family gaming server and that is what he is on now. He put his 6gb of ram and video card into it. He is still pissed he lot 500gb's worth of the games he has been making and developing.
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Post  East on Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:14 pm

Did you ever get around to rebuilding the 703? Last I heard you had just about everything you needed but the time.
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Post  ADOR on Mon Jan 23, 2012 11:08 pm

I got everything set out, but ran out of time with Christmas. I going to swap the board from the T model to the Voodoo and try out the daughter board on the voodoo to see if it will recognize the hard drive and cd drives then go from there.
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Post  East on Sat Feb 04, 2012 7:44 pm

Looks like k-tron is at it again this time under a different user id.
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Post  mrblur on Sat Feb 04, 2012 8:01 pm

affraid

Just wow, he basically bought a top of a line np9260 from voodoo without paint and he paid dunbar to paint the laptop. And the results were eghhhh
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Post  ADOR on Sat Feb 04, 2012 9:28 pm

I have seen a few pictures of that laptop before. He took most of the pictures of it down on NBR for some reason. All his posts in that thread say the same thing.
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Post  Rozzinator on Sun Feb 05, 2012 10:39 pm

Can't stand the sight of that thing.
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Post  Iago on Mon Feb 06, 2012 3:37 am

Yikes.
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Post  East on Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:22 am

It reminds me of when a car is done wrong. It looks good at first but then the bondo cracks and the half a body work starts coming through the paint. Bondo isn't meant for sculpting or creating features that did not exist previously. The only correct use for bondo is a light skim to smooth out minor imperfections in sheet metal, And as far as I know true bondo is not for plastic or fiberglass. (Although they do sell products under that brand for such purposes) The upside is at least it wasn't applied over rust
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Post  mrblur on Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:03 am

I just want to know the story behind the purchase of the laptop. At one time El Prez had to step in, something about the orginal owner of the laptop and payment. We may never know......
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Post  killerwill on Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:28 am

I saw that one on eBay. But I'm trying for the like of me to remember where I have seen it before. I know I saw pictures of it getting taking down and painted. Btw I dig this fourm, its the only place I can find online really left relating to voodoo.

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Post  ADOR on Mon Feb 06, 2012 1:10 pm

If you hung out any at notebookreview he had a build thread there on it. http://forum.notebookreview.com/notebook-cosmetic-modifications-custom-builds/224877-voodoo-envy-u709-clevo-d900k-preliminary-modification-finished-results.html

But it looks like everything was taken down.
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