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    auto sync option and start/restart computer

    Hi,

    I have few questions. I tried using autosync feature built in media engine but it gave an error saying disc is full. However, I got 25 Gigs free. Any ideas?

    Also, is there any way to start/shutdown pc safely when you take key out of ignition. I have a box pc with celeron 2 ghz and 512 ram. Any help would be appreciated.

    Do any of you guys see any problems when your car goes over a big bump? I am worried that it might crash the hard drive. Any opinions?

    Thanks

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    Anyone?

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    ITPS is the gizmo that will start & shutdown your pc for ya also know as a startup/shutdown controller. lots here for the peepin'.

    go over big bumps S - L - O - W - L - Y
    --or search for threads on harddrive mounting. There is some pretty lively discussions going on 'bout that very fact.
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    Variable Bitrate Ashlawn Kemling's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by grepzen
    ITPS is the gizmo that will start & shutdown your pc for ya also know as a startup/shutdown controller. lots here for the peepin'.

    go over big bumps S - L - O - W - L - Y
    --or search for threads on harddrive mounting. There is some pretty lively discussions going on 'bout that very fact.
    ITPS is great! Though if you get an OPUS PSU, no need for the ITPS.

    My laptop hard drive in my setup has survived me off roading in my Jeep many times. They are rather strong.

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    Depending on how advanced you want to get, you might want to check out the DSSC startup/shutdown controller...
    DashPC - The Linux Car (since 1999).

    Dash LCD, Via Epia, GPS, XM, OBDII, DSSC Shutdown Controller.

    As seen in the book Geek My Ride

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