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    Help determining wires

    I just bought a Car PC taken out of a demo vehicle. I am not sure what model it is, but it appears identical to: [media]http://www.drivesoft.net/images/products/CAC_M1000-Case.jpg[/media]

    It does not have an internal DVD drive, so it's not the DS-ALV15-RM.


    There are 4 wires on the power source, none of which are labeled, 2 yellows, 1 black, 1 red, I am going with the obvious that red is positive and black is negative. Are the 2 yellows for a remote?

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    here is the wire I have. I read the two yellows are positive and remote? Still confused though!

    http://img369.imageshack.us/my.php?i...ge00062ku3.jpg

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    Ok got it running and to the desktop on a normal monitor.


    6 pin connector:
    Red = ignition
    2 Yellow = 12v+
    2 Black = ground
    Blue/White Strip = REMOTE OUTPUT (not needed) Power on with system

    White/blue strip on enclosure = REMOTE OUTPUT (not needed) Power on after boot??



    Now to hook up the monitor:

    TX18D11VM1CAA

    4 wires:

    red, yellow, black, grey


    i cannot find anything on this...

    any help??

    i have all hooked up except grey and get a red light for power but no signal.

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    Forum wasnt much of a help figured it out.


    Now no input from screen I've tried 6 different drivers and can't install Vista (lack of memory) ... anyone have any luck with freebsd or another *nix build?

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