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    OK, I got the test screens from MP3Car today, I cant seem to get the touchscreen to work on the 730. Are there seperate drivers I need?
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    I havent gotten mine yet.. but according to everything I've read I believe there is drivers specifically for the touchscreen functionality... they shoulda been on the driver disc that came with the screen though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by korinus View Post
    I havent gotten mine yet.. but according to everything I've read I believe there is drivers specifically for the touchscreen functionality... they shoulda been on the driver disc that came with the screen though...
    Thats the one thing that was missing from the box, lol I had to go to the website to get the display drivers. Also the Cam and Mic installed, but touchscreen no.... I see it in device manager. but it has a exclamation mark on it.
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    allright, found a spot that you should be able to get it.

    http://www.thegadgeteers.com/product_mimo.html in the right sidebar
    "Newer XP/Vista 32/64-bit Touch Driver 1/09" that one should do it.

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    OK, I found the drivers. It seems to be working. The WebCam and Microphone are useless. The HUB will say that 2 USB devices can not be recognized and installed. I figured its the cam and mic since they arent working.
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    makes sense. the hub does say that it doesnt support video and audio devices like webcams, etc if i remember correctly.. unfortunate but still.. wireless touchscreen lcd? sweet.

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    OK, today my little bro is bringing his HD camcorder, so I will start recording my progress. I am still lost on what type of battery to use. I was going to use a Gateway battery because of it small size, but it has like 6 tiny little pins on it, and I dont know what is what.
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    Post a picture of the battery, maybe someone here know what pins are what
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    OK, today my little bro is bringing his HD camcorder, so I will start recording my progress. I am still lost on what type of battery to use. I was going to use a Gateway battery because of it small size, but it has like 6 tiny little pins on it, and I dont know what is what.
    Use your meter to measure the pins. That is what I did with my 6-10 pin battery. Draw off the connectors that test out as the primary voltage (marked on the battery)

    I soldered the end of the wires with a big "ball" of solder on the end.
    I used pliers to squash them down until they fit in the connectors.
    This in effect made a "custom male spade" connector.
    I used a tad of shrink tube up to the makeshift spade to make sure it didn't short on anything.

    If this was a final install you might want to block off the unused pins, label stuff, or make a quick release harness using some male/female crimp connectors and a few inches of spare wire.

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