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Although I've tried to make this a step-by-step guide, I may have inadvertently left out or overlooked things that were obvious to me. Member Thank You -Given: 0 -Receive: 19 Posts: 446 Re: Compaq Armada 1750 [Laptop] « Reply #1 on: October 27, 2014, 06:25:43 pm »


This guide assumes some familiarity in working with computers. I wanted to install eCom 2.1 or OS/2 Warp 4.51 on my Compaq Armada 1750. Compaq Armada 1750 - Laptop Upgrade, Disassembly & Repair Disassembly Photo Gallery This is a reliable, rugged little computer, but sometimes things get loose inside. But you can click on the news heading to read only this article.

This news article is not using the Summary field and therefore there is no link to read more. Installation went fine for both systems, the only problem I have is that the touchpad doesn't work well. Always ground yourself before handling static-sensitive devices. It takes a 144-pin PC66, PC100, or PC133 3.3V SO-DIMM.

If something isn't coming apart, don't force it; look for a likely retaining screw. Generally, laptop repair is not for the faint-hearted. So I wanted to know if there is any kind of unofficial universal touchpad driver that I could use, or something like that.Thanks. In addition, 256MB modules must meet the following specifications: 32Meg x 64 stated capacity (32Meg x 72 may also work) Sixteen chips on one SODIMM (eight per side, but make sure

Note: due to revisions, no two laptop models are exactly alike inside.   Upgrading the Memory Two clips hold down the keyboard, which when unclipped and folded up (carefully - there Be attentive to download software for your operating system.Update your missed drivers automatically with DriverScanner 2016 software. Graphics, Art, and 3D Hardware Laptops & mobile Compaq Armada laptop disassembly & repair Armada 1750 Pentium 3 CPU upgrade Armada 1750 disassembly photo gallery Multiple monitors Input devices Game controllers Exciting.

Select your OSWindows 2000Windows 95Windows 98Windows 3.xWindows NTOS/2Select software type< OS2 World Community Forum Welcome, Guest. The problem is that there isn't official touchpad drivers for either eCom or OS/2 Warp... Searching on Google for "Compaq Armada 1750 256MB" I quickly turned up a

Compaq Utilities Screen fix moved down to FAQs. For example it clicks things itselfs, or the cursor moves itself in a direction I didn't indicate... Compaq claims the maximum memory this computer can take is 192MB; however I've been communicating with Chris of iamachine.com, and he has it working with 320MB of RAM (the 64MB of Etc.In Windows 98 happened the same thing, until I installed the official drivers for the touchpad.

Please login or register. 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Login with username, password and session length News: OS2World.com Forum is back !!!Remember to visit OS2World at:http://www.os2world.com this contact form Skip to navigation Skip to content Wireball.com Search: You are here: Home » Hardware » Laptops & mobile » Compaq Armada laptop disassembly & repair Navigation I'm using the w2k_5058 driver on my Windows 2000 installation, and it's remarkable - actually fast enough to play most smaller video files (and I haven't even upgraded the CPU yet, Sometimes it acts normal, and sometimes it doesn't.

Superior video card drivers are available for the laptop under 98/ME/2000/XP. Chris also has a 30GB hard drive running in his (see Hard Drive Upgrades, below). (click thumbnails to enlarge) This computer has very specific memory requirements. Please come back when you're done. have a peek here Compaq Armada 1750 Laptop Upgrade, Repair & Disassembly Table of Contents Memory Upgrade Keyboard Removal Hard Disk Upgrade Disassembly/Repair Backlight Issue Fix Reassembly Gallery FAQs Disclaimer Drivers & Downloads Overclocking &