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    XP and hardware support

    I have something wrong in Car PC XP
    it cannot detect Ipod and Internet mobile USB
    both are working fine on my laptop.

    For th internet USB , software is installed run but it can not detect the network.
    For the ipod , when plug it appears for seconds and then disappears.

    what do I have to do?

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    Details, man...
    Details...

    Your post lacks them.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
    Details, man...
    Details...

    Your post lacks them.
    OK laptop is Compaq nx7400 with windows XP SP3
    Car PC is
    CarTFT CFT700-H
    Creative Xmod Sound card
    VoomPC-2
    M2-ATX
    Jetway 7F2WE-1G5-OC
    1 GB RAM
    40 GB HDD

    With Windows XP SP3 (XP black Edition)

    What else do I have to say?

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    System specs are a start...
    But there's still very little to go on that could aid in troubleshooting.
    What have you tried and what were the results?

    For the wireles NIC, what sort of wireless network are you trying to connect to?
    Is it encrypted? If so, what method?
    Are you using Windows stack or the software that came with the NIC?
    Are you using drivers from teh CD or did you download newer drivers?

    There are lots of details you're missing.
    And frankly, an internet forum is a lousy means of troubleshooting anything but the simplest of network problems.

    What is XP Black Edition? Is that a stripped-out variant like TinyXP? Have you tried using the network adapter with a full-on install of XP instead?
    The same goes for the iPod.
    If you want to use the iPod as a portable HDD, it should show up as a removable HDD in My Computer. Does it?
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    for internet , it's Vodafone internet USB it's Hawawy hardware.
    In laptop , I simply plug it and install the software included in it.

    Black edition is XP version customized by NLite , I think it misses something but I don't know what exatly.

    Yes for Ipod , it appears as removable HDD for seconds then disappears again

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    I think the problem is likely related to your stripped-out XP variant.

    I suggest loading up a complete install of XP and I bet you have all your functionality.
    Once everything works, you can use some tools to determine what parts of Windoze are necessary to use your hardware, and begin the stripping down process.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Heh, what do you think one of the things they strip out to make windows smaller is besides drivers and device support?
    "stop with the REINSTALLS, what do you think we got some lame-o installer!!!" - mitchjs
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcom2073 View Post
    Heh, what do you think one of the things they strip out to make windows smaller is besides drivers and device support?
    They strip out a lot more than just help files and that stupid CLOCK.AVI...
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    XP is very heavy for car pc , lite versions are fine but I think I have to customize one myself or find one made for Car PC.

    I know it's something wrong in that Black Edition , I wanted to know what to install instead of re-installing the whole windows , drivers and apps

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    Reinstall a full version of windows, or make your own "lite" version if you truly believe it actually helps which contains the stuff you need.
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