- Published in issue 9/1999 on page 0
Optical output for CD-ROM drive:
a new life for old PCs
Most old computers just collect dust in the attic after being retired from active service. That’s a pity, since there are still useful tasks that could be performed by these relics. In this article, we describe a very simple way to add an optical output to the CD-ROM drive of a cast-off PC. Such an output could for example be used to connect a MiniDisc recorder.