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Thread: '05 Nissan Altima- Intel D945GCLF2D Mini-ITX in Center Console (Storage Bin Mod)

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    Funny because my experience is the other way around. I suppose as long as we get our stuff then it's all good.
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    Centrafuse Trial Expired

    Yesterday I had 17 out of 30 days left on my Centrafuse trial. Late last night I noticed that my PC date was off a day so I corrected it. This morning when I launched Centrafuse it stated that I now have 0 out of 30 days left. This was strange and I emailed Fluxmedia support and..sho nuff! it was because I changed the date on my PC. I changed it back to the wrong date which restored my correct trial period. I will just correct the date when I am ready and just before I purchase my Centrafuse license.

    Just in case anyone experiences this...FYI
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    Smartphone Internet Sharing

    I've been trying to use my internet sharing more on my system which is how I'm connected now to make this post. I will be using internet sharing more often than wifi because its more convenient for me when on the move. I will have both connectivities available to back up one another. If i'm in an area with good wifi I will use it otherwise internet sharing will be primary.

    I am also enjoying the use of my dinovo mini bluetooth keyboard which is how I'm creating this post. It works so well on my LINUX and also on Windows 7.
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    Revisions

    Ok...Time for some revisions on the location for some of the ports and things. I overlooked the fact that the power supply will be connecting to the mobo power switch header so I have no need for "TWO" button switches. I will only have the one LED switch and it will be used for the reset. I also relocated and revised the USB ports and added low noise intake fans. I still have to do some measuring but this is my goal....for now..

    This is the front lower part of the console:




    This is the rear part of the console where the PC is being installed:




    This is the rear of the console where the 120MM exhaust fan will be mounted. The fan will actually be mounted lowered than displayed:

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    Back panel

    To make life easier I need to develop an easier way (or atleast less dramatic) to remove the back panel of the rear console section. It only clips on but they are automotive grade so no doubt they're clipped on real good. Since I will have a PC back there with other electronics this process needs to be more smooth.
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    Pics?
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    If just enough is really good, then too much ought to be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdholtz View Post
    Pics?
    Pics of?
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    You referred to the "back panel of the rear console section." Is that what we see in the last picture? You said you want to develop an easier way to detach that panel, and I'm wondering how it attaches now.
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    Oh..yeah my fault. It's the pic with the 120mm fan laying in it. It doesn't look like much but those snaps are crazy without a screwdriver on the inside trying to unclip them...which is good but bad. I want to figure out another way to attach that back panel while still keeping it fairly secure. It's not like I go off-roadin' in my Altima.
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    A closeup picture of the clip -- or some illustration from an online manual -- would help a lot.

    If they're snap-in clips, you might try filing them down a bit so it takes less force to attach/detach them.

    It might also be interesting to put some sort of grab at the base so you could simply grab it at that point and pull, especially if you can use a file to loosen the fasteners a bit.
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