I have an old laptop, an I FRIEND, which became useless as the monitor started to seperate from the body so it was too dangerous to use further. My question is can i add the memory to a new laptop? it is 512 and made by Kingston if that helps. Will it fit into another laptop, and if so which make of laptop? Also is it worth keeping the battery, which is GP Batteries for use with anything else and if so what can i use it with? Seems a shame to throw it all away if i can re-use parts. Thanks in advance E.
Those of us that dabble in and build stuff have boxes of things we are loath to throw away in reality non of it is any value what so ever. Harddrives/Cd drives/ Fans/Power supplies perhaps the odd memory strip are worth hanging onto but the rest especially lappies - are best binned
With your machine the bits worth keeping are Battery if viable with any new machine The Power supply - ditto The hard drive because with the acquisition of an IDE/USB cable ans power supple- it will make a useful back up storage device. click here
I am not that into computers and know very little indeed about them so i don't think i can do that - it would worry me. but someone else with that knowledge could i guess. thanks for the reply though. E.