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VLC Nov 17, 2003 09:11 PM

Can a Printer be assembled like a PC?
 
Ya see, i am about to assemble a new PC this week, but wondered if the same can be done with a new printer, rather than just buying one in box.
It'll be fun to try :)

copyright Nov 17, 2003 09:12 PM

No.

Virgin San Nov 17, 2003 10:57 PM

If you want to have "fun" have a go at building your own motherboard :)

jerkwheat Nov 18, 2003 12:14 AM

yeah, definatly not. back in the dreamcast era, i tried to put it in an old printer :D
there were so many obscure gears, motors, and other stuff. i think you can put more memory in a printer, but i think that would require to desolder the chip on the mainboard of the printer, then solder new memory in it.

VLC Nov 24, 2003 09:38 AM

[QUOTE][i]Originally posted by Virgin San [/i]
[B]If you want to have "fun" have a go at building your own motherboard :) [/B][/QUOTE] Ahhh, the mother of all tasks:D
still tho, arn't there a few intact parts on a main-board that are designed to be replaced, like the lithium battery; bios flash-rom chip, an something else i reckon....?


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