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Turning a Neoware Thin Client into a Full PC

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Turning a Neoware Thin Client into a Full PC

Clendanielc
Is it possible to turn a Neoware Thin Client into a Full PC?
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    OH Smeg

    These things are really nothing more than a Display Terminal which where built to run a Network Connection to the Server where all the processing is done and a Graphic Processing Unit which turns the signals from the server into something that can be read at the terminal.

    They simply lack the capability to do any processing.

    Col

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    Clendanielc

    Thanks! I found out that we had about 200 brand new Neowares that we are about to throw away. I wanted to see if there was anything that I could do with them before recycling them.

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    is use it as a second terminal on another full PC, but that is rather old school,
    can't remember all the steps I took, and it was over a serial port connection too...
    slow by today's standards.

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    is use it as a second terminal on another full PC, but that is rather old school,
    can't remember all the steps I took, and it was over a serial port connection too...
    slow by today's standards.

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    OH Smeg

    These things are really nothing more than a Display Terminal which where built to run a Network Connection to the Server where all the processing is done and a Graphic Processing Unit which turns the signals from the server into something that can be read at the terminal.

    They simply lack the capability to do any processing.

    Col

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    Clendanielc

    Thanks! I found out that we had about 200 brand new Neowares that we are about to throw away. I wanted to see if there was anything that I could do with them before recycling them.

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    is use it as a second terminal on another full PC, but that is rather old school,
    can't remember all the steps I took, and it was over a serial port connection too...
    slow by today's standards.

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    is use it as a second terminal on another full PC, but that is rather old school,
    can't remember all the steps I took, and it was over a serial port connection too...
    slow by today's standards.