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    Quote Originally Posted by v8 scimitar
    Should also add that its powered via a 40A desktop power supply, tried running it at voltages between 12v and 14v it is drawing 2A at 14v
    Can you post a picture of this Desktop Power Supply and how it's hooked up?
    You can vary the voltage?
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    I can vary the voltage because I am using a MAAS lab bench power supply that changes mains into DC 3-18V variable which then supplies the M2. Does your tester tell you the ramp time for the various voltages or does it just tell you the correct voltage is on the correct pin? I have a fluke that is more than capable of telling me the voltage on any of the pins to .01v not just light up an LED. I belive to test the supply any further would need a scope with multiple traces that would let me know what was going live and when. I tested the board with different ATX power supplies to see if I could replicate the problem with different brands. These ranged from a cheap £25 with a case to an expensive £150 Server hot swap power supply. The reason I could do this is because I am an HP/Compaq A+ hardware engineer so I have free access to all the bits.

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    Great, then I think you need a new M2-ATX.

    But to let you know, it was designed for the car, so go put that thing up to your car battery and forget the MAAS cause you don't need it!

    Are you planning on launching a space shuttle or playing tunes and nav with your carpc?

    Well get on it boy, my carpc has been working for 4 years now! The train probably left without you.
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    Dude would you please come back to this planet. I know the power supply is meant for a car thats why I bought it. It isnt in the car because its winter here its dark when I go to work its dark when I get home from work and trying to get stuff working is a hell of a lot easier on the work bench than than being out in -5 and pitch black. Or maybe you want me to bring the car in the house?. My car PC has also been working for a while too but via an inverter and normal ATX so your not the only guy on planet to get one working. So Yes I do need the MASS power supply, no I will leave the space shuttle to NASA although I am quite sure a car PC playing tunes might go down quite well on it and if your on the train that has left me then why you got a car PC??

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    Train that left, meaning your too late.

    Inverter in your setup huh, well in 2002 I got a DC-DC PS and never even tried a inverter knowing they are not good. 12v to 120v to 12v, o yea you like complicated things.

    Go get a new M2-ATX and stop complaining that you can't carpute.

    newbie with 36 posts thinks they know everything.
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    LOL I was wondering when someone would have a go for only having a few posts. yes your right I have only been working in the computer industry for 10 years and a hardware engineer for 5 of them, I know nothing. Where you on the other hand with your 1464 obviously know everything there is, its just a shame most of them are yanking on peoples chains.
    Dude unless you have something valuable to say that will help me and others who obviously have the same problem with the M2 and the SP1300 please shut up and get the hell out of my thread. Go play with your $10 bit of plastic and LED's and let the big boys fix things they are having trouble with.

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    Looks like I have helped alot more people than you on this forum.
    And it's a SP13000 not SP1300.

    I have said something valuable. If you have a broken product and it doesn't work after testing it, you get a new one. Not post here and hope it will eventually work. Yes if other have had similiar problems, then wake up, it's a problem, so get a new one.

    And why you telling me to shutup? You rude Scottish fool. Go play your bag pipe, you guys invented nothing over there.

    I don't care what you are, I got a working carpc and you don't and I got more skillz than you. And I tried to help, but you think you know more than me and keep talking back. Just listen to me and get a new M2 and then post 1000 more posts to help other people, then you can talk back.

    You asked for any ideas, I gave you some, you didn't like my ideas or testing methods and nowyour complaining about me. Well guess what, that ain't gonna fix your M2.

    Everyones a techie on the forum, not only you, but some people have things to show. You have nothing to show, just broken stuff.... ahhaha show me your workign carpc in a pic, I got plenty.

    And my 4 cylinder will smoke your V8.
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    I think LESLIEx317537 needs to be banned.

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    Um who has a working M2-ATX and SP13000?
    Me me me.

    Who has a non functioning M2-ATX and SP13000?
    You you you?

    Who needs to fix and do somethign about it?
    You you you.

    You hater. Why you hatin on me?
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