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  1. What are the laptops specs? If you want to...

    What are the laptops specs? If you want to gain extra speed it might be worth considering some of the custom Windows XP setups that are available. I forget their names at the moment, but can...
  2. As you are running a PC I would keep the real HDD...

    As you are running a PC I would keep the real HDD as a CF card isn't really up to the requirements of Windows. Fine for older retro systems though.

    Regarding the PSU, it might be worth looking...
  3. Any IDE to CF adapter should work fine. I...

    Any IDE to CF adapter should work fine. I personally would stick with a conventional HDD though. CF cards a silent and in older systems faster, but most CF cards can only transfer at 30MB/s,...
  4. There are loads of different combinations of...

    There are loads of different combinations of motherboard and PSU for such projects. None are going to be really cheap though. You could probably build a more powerful full PC setup for less, but...
  5. Obviously the best solution would be to mount the...

    Obviously the best solution would be to mount the PSU inside the case. You can get Pico PSUs that would easily fit and can be used with Mini-ITX boards that often only need 12V power.
  6. Except if you have a spare case and keyboard, but...

    Except if you have a spare case and keyboard, but no Amiga motherboard, then I think it is perfectly acceptable. But, people who actually rip out the guts of a working Amiga to do this need to...
  7. I've also been thinking of doing this for years,...

    I've also been thinking of doing this for years, ever since I first starting reading about mini-itx motherboard projects.

    And with the Keyrar available it makes interfacing the original Amiga...
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