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    Excellent! I'm glad that someone is able to...

    Excellent!

    I'm glad that someone is able to use this program, as I really don't have the time or the artistic ability to do any serious reskinning. My hope with the release of this tool was that...
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    Hi again, All files have been updated from...

    Hi again,

    All files have been updated from v1.0 to v1.1.

    The log file has been changed again, as I discovered a bug in my code was causing me to make an error in my interpretation of the file...
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    Hi all, The merge functionality is done. I...

    Hi all,

    The merge functionality is done.

    I also discovered a couple of bugs in the splitter, as well as an odd issue with the GIR file format which caused me to change the format of the log...
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    Garmin MobilePC Hacking

    Hi all,

    After looking at some of the Garmin MobilePC installation files, I noticed that the three ".gir" files are actually a sort of PNG image archive for what appear to be the icons and...
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    Hi dhantiflag, Check out AForge:...

    Hi dhantiflag,

    Check out AForge:
    http://code.google.com/p/aforge/

    pb
  6. Thread: LED Problem

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    Hi Malvagio1987, Fiber optic? Man, what a PITA...

    Hi Malvagio1987,

    Fiber optic? Man, what a PITA that would be. Especially since you only need the following items:
    1) A nice, sharp X-acto knife.
    2) A pair of wires long enough to reach your new...
  7. Hi Stone, There are also USB capture devices...

    Hi Stone,

    There are also USB capture devices like the GA-VD207 that can do hardware MPEG-1/2/4 compression, thus lightening the CPU load.

    There are other advantages to USB webcams that you...
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    Hi Doug, The M2-ATX must be off, and the PSW...

    Hi Doug,

    The M2-ATX must be off, and the PSW leads connected to the power switch first.

    There are 3 power supply wires to the PSU. Power, ACC and Ground. The Power should be connected to your...
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    Hi Doug, The power button on the computer...

    Hi Doug,

    The power button on the computer should have 2 leads. Just wire the M2's jumper in parallel with the power button. It should work just fine, and you should still have a working case...
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    Hi John, Glad I could help with the color...

    Hi John,

    Glad I could help with the color values. I don't have any info on getting or setting the current zoom level though.

    The color values are probably editable in iG4 as well, but the...
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    Hi platinumsteel, First, get a wireless router...

    Hi platinumsteel,

    First, get a wireless router that has QoS capabilities. I like the Buffalo or Linksys routers that can run DD-WRT.

    If you have DD-WRT, then you can set your QoS to prioritize...
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    Post #132 Post #91 pb

    Post #132


    Post #91


    pb
  13. Hi all, The software appears to only allow the...

    Hi all,

    The software appears to only allow the changing of the odometer. The hardware may well allow for other information to be read, but without the serial commands to do so, it would be an...
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    Hi OUSilver, The circuit is fairly simple. D1...

    Hi OUSilver,

    The circuit is fairly simple. D1 is used only for reverse polarity protection. Remove it, as well as the black connection from D1->Fuse and D1->R1. So you are left with...
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    Hi Turbocad, With the Chatpad plugged in,...

    Hi Turbocad,

    With the Chatpad plugged in, check the voltage between TP5 and TP8. I suspect that Pin1 on the connector is V+, Pin4 is GND and Pins 2 & 3 are data.

    I doubt the interface for the...
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    Hi Troy, The Steps: 1) Plug in the iGPS-500....

    Hi Troy,

    The Steps:
    1) Plug in the iGPS-500.
    2) Install the drivers for it.
    3) Check "Device Manager" to determine which COM port it's using.
    4) Start iGuidance
    5) Go to "Tools"->"GPS...
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    Hi Stompit, WinXP doesn't have a real, 16bit...

    Hi Stompit,

    WinXP doesn't have a real, 16bit DOS subsystem. It's 32bit all the way. So the "F8" command prompt is almost exactly the same as going to the command prompt after booting into Windows....
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    Hi Turbocad, If it's any help, I recognize the...

    Hi Turbocad,

    If it's any help, I recognize the 6 pin SOT IC marked "AUH" (near the 100uH inductor) from my LED flashlight circuit designs. It's a Texas Instruments TPS61070 adjustable voltage,...
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    Hi, I use the igps-500 and iGuidance3 and it...

    Hi,

    I use the igps-500 and iGuidance3 and it works just fine. I usually get a lock in under 30 seconds with the unit under the center console / armrest of my Miata.

    I'm using Xport3 as a...
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    Hi Dopefish, Are you sure those 2 peripheral...

    Hi Dopefish,

    Are you sure those 2 peripheral power connectors are 12v? Based on the IC markings, the "controller" appears to be a LM2645 switchmode power driver. The datasheet for it can be found...
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    Wow Darque, That's a little harsh. Personally,...

    Wow Darque,

    That's a little harsh. Personally, I wouldn't take advice from someone who has had 25% of their BIOS flashes end in failure either.

    I've flashed from USB, CF card, CD, DVD, floppy,...
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    Hi anupchavda, At the current exchange rate?...

    Hi anupchavda,

    At the current exchange rate? Hell buy the whole city. It'll probably only set you back a couple quid.

    pb
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    Um.. If you are using Win2k/XP you can use the...

    Um..

    If you are using Win2k/XP you can use the AmpCtrl service.

    It also controls the DTR line on the serial port, but runs as a windows service. You can set the service to automatically start...
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    HiJack, If you use a regular PC monitor, then...

    HiJack,

    If you use a regular PC monitor, then you just need a VGA cable to connect to the LCD controller board that will be inside the monitor case.

    You would only need the LVDS connection if...
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    Hi platinumsteel, Maximum ERP for WiFi in...

    Hi platinumsteel,

    Maximum ERP for WiFi in Trinidad: 30dBm
    Maximum allowed antenna gain: 6dBi

    http://www.tatt.org.tt/ddocs/BWASpectrum%20Plan.pdf

    pb
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