This is one for the history books. So i tried to force this thing to fail with neither plugged in but still trying to excercise the virtual com ports just to make sure it wasn't a registry glitch. I finally made it fail with no usb devices plugged in. So from there i thought damn maybe its my hardware, specifically the motherboard. Then i tried to think back and remember what i had done besides update centrafuse. I installed Intel Graphics Drivers with that accelerator program. I uninstalled all that crap and went back to my custom drivers from cartft site. So far nothing has failed but i haven't really been able to test it for long. I've plugged everything back in and everything is working perfectly right now. I'm gonna keep trying to force this setup to fail
Man i would've never thought bad graphics drivers would freak out the system like that but damn i guess u live u learn. No matter how much software integration you do you will still hit road blocks... Hopefully i've destroyed this block
Well of course now that i've solved one issue i found another one that requires a ton of work. Turns out my screen must be installed too tight or something cause my screen is being pressed when i'm not pressing it. Its happening at the bottom middle. I can't think of anything else that would cause this one.
Its not that hard. The screen must be too tight on one side. Could also be something is stuck in the corner of one side. Be glad you dont have my type Bezel, its such a b!+ch to take out.
Here are my amps. I'm gonna need a box before i install these. They are way bigger than i thought they were gonna be so we will see what i figure out.
Mids and Highs AMP
BOTH AMPS TOGETHER
Ummm how come you didn't opt for Alpine PDX series? Class D and TINY or Sony's Slim Class D's. Laugh if you want, they sound good, put out great power and are dirt cheap.
Otherwise, cut your nails mane
The alpine pdx series was too expensive for me. Haven't seen the sony slim class d's. I'm not a fan of sony amps,speakers or subs but i wasn't expecting marvelous sound because of my factory speakers. The two amps together cost me like 250 bucks.