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Thread: Possible to run Windows Mobile 5 or 6 on a Mini-ITX Mobo?

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    Its just that for us Aussie's the only up to date option we have for GPS is Centrafuse which has Destinator 6... There is no other options other than MapMokeny and FreeDrive which are both based on the out of date Destinator 3...

    For PPCs we have TomTom, Destinator, and many others which i can't think of right atm, but there is plenty...

    I could run the GPS software on my PPC and use my carputer just for media... but i don't want that... i want a complete all in one solution... GPS, media all in one on the same screen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdie View Post
    Its just that for us Aussie's the only up to date option we have for GPS is Centrafuse which has Destinator 6... There is no other options other than MapMokeny and FreeDrive which are both based on the out of date Destinator 3...

    For PPCs we have TomTom, Destinator, and many others which i can't think of right atm, but there is plenty...

    I could run the GPS software on my PPC and use my carputer just for media... but i don't want that... i want a complete all in one solution... GPS, media all in one on the same screen...
    Why not make the "all in one solution" your PPC? That is what I plan to do.

    The Axim for example had video and audio outputs, bluetooth and 802.11. Hook up a wireless harddrive and your good to go.

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    you CAN run destinator 6 and it's maps on a pc desktop, laptop or carpc even without centrafuse

    take a look at the how-to area of the digital-car.co.uk forums (register before)

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    yes, it has been made to run in roadrunner too

    you can also use an emulator, as per the tomtom how-to in my sig

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