Originally Posted by diefool
I would rather build one. I will probably sell it once it is complete anyway.
building is a hobby. I have like 20 games. and I have played each one for like 5 minutes each.
Originally Posted by SargentNg
Try searching for the ms update for sdhc in xp or use vista. My E1705 reads my transcend 8gb sdhc class 6. Works well for readyboost too.
Hard to believe it's been over...
Originally Posted by SolApathy
My Gen 2 XPS has the same style (it's called a rubbon cable) they are just different sized ribbons.
It's not the ribbon cable itself that is the problem. It is the the...
Originally Posted by Metalman
Will the 1710 Keyboard work on an M170?
Nope, unfortunately it won't work. Dell changed the keyboard connector from a nice snap- in type on the M170 to a cheezy thin film...
Originally Posted by pettersson72
I own a XPS M170 but have thought just as a hobby to build myself a M1710. I have collected parts and prices from Ebay and the things I have found so far is CPU, GPU,...
Originally Posted by joshmnx
Dell support said it's a limitation of the Ricoh chipset and they don't plan on making revisions to it at this point in time.
Thanks for your efforts. I was hoping it would...
Thanks for the comments guys but I am only interested in what Dell has to say about this or can do about this issue. After all, the M1710 is their top of the line notebook. Yes, I can purchase a USB card reader but I prefer not to have...
From other posts I realize that others are having the same problem that I have with the M1710 card reader. Apparently it is not compatible with the newer larger capacity Secure Digital SDHC cards (4 GB+). The reason may be because these...
Originally Posted by Crazy4Dell
- Jim you can find it Here
- Their price little too high but their stuff in good condition
- good luck with your project man
Crazy4Dell, thanks for the link. I've...