I just bought a 34/933 with what appears to be a bad screen (it only displays white). I was in the process of swapping screens with a 700MHz donor when I noticed a second wire bundle coming from within the LCD case, red and black with a white connector. I looked on the mobo and could not find a connector within reach that it would team up with so I took apart the LCD to determine what was on the other end. Come to find out it was a very small microphone. Has anyone seen this before and if so where does it connect on the mobo? I am fairly certain the mobo is correct as it does have the correct processor (or are they able to be swapped?) Ideas?
One CF-52, four CF-18's, 4.5 CF-28's, one CF-29, five CF-M34's, two CF-37's, one CF-P2 and two CF-P1's. There are also two Getac A320T's, one Fieldpac and two IBM Transnotes. Not to mention the AMD 5600 CPU with three monitors and several HP PDA's. Whew! Must quit buying...no, must have MORE! Then there are the weapons...
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