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Oh yeah, it's also magnetic!
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Here's a pic:
Oh yeah, it's also magnetic!
Sorry to be so slow to check in, it seems my email notification no longer works?!?!
Anyway, to answer your question it does not take regular sized PCI cards, only Mini ones (the type used in...
LCD is sold.
I abandoned my CarPC project and am trying to sell what I've accumulated. Both these items are "like new" and have never been used in a vehicle. They were removed from their boxes, set up, tested,...
Old ghetto car, eh? :rofl:
You could try advertising it on W-body.com's forum, it's a site for old ghetto cars like yours. A lot of the members are dirt poor though.
Anyone have Pioneer AV-BUS pinouts? It's the bus that I believe carries video and sound to some Pioneer screens.
I didn't have that problem either. What version of XP are you installing? My XP install CD has SP2 slipstreamed into it. Maybe that's significant?
I had no problems with my Microsoft wireless keyboard and mouse.
It wouldn't work at all with my PS2 to USB adapter though.
I have an open-frame 7" AU Optronics touchscreen and it has the touchkit 4-wire USB touchscreen panel on it. For some reason, the touch panel requires a very hard touch to even register anything,...
Not sure if anyone is still bothering to play with these AU Optronics displays, but I got ahold of one and the VGA-only controller since I didn't need all the video inputs of the other.
Can I use this interface to log and inject data to/from the Class 2 serial bus?
I want to see what all the devices are saying to each other. I also want to be able to send fake messages to the...
Thanks Merzbow, your hack works great on my Aopen MiniPC, but my AU Optronix LCD thinks it's in 800x600 mode and the 800x480 is scrunched in the middle (letterboxed). Anyone know what might fix this?
I don't know about the Via C7's, but the Via C3's perform barely half as well as Pentium III's of the same speed. Pentium/Celeron M is significantly faster than P-III's so they are vastly faster...
Wow! Yeah, that's pretty much what I'm looking for. Add a motor to open/shut the face and that would be exactly what I want. I'd actually prefer it made out of metal, but I'd take it any way I can...
Yeah, it's not the visible part of the screen that's the problem, it's the metal frame around it. From what I've read, the LCD's frame makes it taller than a 2-DIN opening. It has to be smaller in...
Darn, I never heard of a smaller LCD that's VGA+touchscreen.
I know there is at least one company out there making 7" touchscreens that are short enough for 2-DIN... it's whoever manufactures the...
Probably nothing from a practical standpoint (unless you like playing games in the car). However, for me, the cost to go with the Aopen Pandora was very competitive. Maybe even cheaper. Less cost...
I saw that one, and read a bit about it, and it's actually a bit discouraging. What I read is that even a naked 7" LCD is bigger than a standard double-DIN opening. That means making one that opens...
Exactly why I dumped my Mini-ITX solution in favor of an Aopen MP915 Mini PC. 24W total power consumption while playing a DVD with 802.11G wireless. Highest peak EVER under any conditions, 31W.
Does this exist?
I would really like to find an empty 2-DIN box which has a touchscreen 7" LCD as its front panel, and at least has an OPEN/CLOSE button on the face so when it's pressed, the front...
I have the 915 version.
Here ya go:
Yeah, some people don't realize it, but the "M" CPU architecture is much more efficient and can execute more instructions per clock cycle than a Pentium 4 with Netburst architecture. In some...
This is the search I used:
(celeron,pentium) m -("4-M","III-M",P4)
Then I narrowed down the search by clicking the "Laptop Parts & Accessories" on the left navigation.
If you're mainly just...
Mine came in a regular unpadded envelope too, it worried me for a bit. I even mentioned to my wife, "awww crap, it might be DOA since it's in a regular envelope. Who ships CPU's that way?!?!" ...
Celeron M 360 Dothan core definitely works, it's what I have in mine.
Most of the cheapest CPU's I've seen on Ebay are really Pentium 4-M's, very different beasts.