Very clean install. It's great that you get to keep your radio as well!
off the shiizzee (charts)
And yes, if I ever decide to come out of retirement I'm going straight to the dealership that day and get an XLR. to you Piker!
HARDWARE: Fujitsu Stylistic ST5111w/WiFi and dock, internal Hitachi 500G HD, external 1TB HD, Sierra Wireless Aircard 550, DVD-RW, BoomzBox HD radio, XM Commander, Delorme GPS, Saitek X-52 Pro joystick, BluSoleil Bluetooth, TPMS, FB, Elm327
Thanks Cha Cha, thanks Gizmo,
you're so cool in my book. no need to hate the hater though. Without them this world would be pretty bland. I welcome the opportunity for differences. it makes me stronger (or knocks me on my ***). Either way, it keeps me on my toes.
As for your dad driving cadillacs for 30+ years Gizmo, i guess the impact and influence is what drives us (no pun intended). I too was brought up around italians whom use to drive nothing but cadillacs - such as the eldorado with the ragtop and the pin stripes - kewl!!!! it's part history which attracted me to this legacy of a car.
hey, here's my latest skin on the front end application of RoadRunner....
do any of you have pics of your projects? i'd like to see them....
I'm speechless - now that's freakin' hot - Congrats!
i noticed you too are using RoadRunner. I'm very happy using it and the fact that it's so well supported. I'm looking to add a second monitor to my car right above the console light. I found a usb video card?!?! you hear right USB video card. This will allow me to add a second monitor so that it can be touch screen and i can throw 2 seperate windows. I look forward to it.
Nice work on your project.
Wow man - thanks for the comments -
Actually, I love your idea with the USB ports and their locations - I'm not a big fan of my hub and I know I have to relocate it some day - but just by looking at the specs on your mobo, I was like "damn" - LOL - Not even my home PC's that fast! LOL
your daughter's gonna be very happy....
I realized now when i have people in my car, they are more entertained by what's playing on the computer than what is going on outside. Traffic jams, etc are no longer an issue - LOL
PS: i found a utility called DVDShrink which allows you to backup the DVD on a hard drive. Once on the hard drive you rename the extension from *. VOB to *.MPG and you can open the file in Windows media player. So conveniently, you can have all your DVD's on hard drive to play on the fly.
Dude - If this was ever discussed elsewhere, I didn't get to read about it - but that's information I wanna hold onto to - Now I have something new to play with - (got so many dvd's at home LOL) - Cool thing man - Thanks!!