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  1. interestingfellow

    interestingfellow Notebook Deity

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    I have problems with some older wifi cards working with newer routers (even when you try different security protocols, or no protocols). I flashed my linksys with dd-wrt, it expands your router's capabilities alot.

    Don't know about the platform builder.....
     
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    xuenylomnerrad Newbie

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    Thanks for that.

    I've been trying to connect a gps reciever via bluetooth, but the bluetooth manager keeps throwing up an error message when I connect. it says "BM error 0x2d - ERROR_MALFORMED_PACKET." does anyone know how to sort this, or is it a problem with the gps reciever?
     
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    Hello,

    I'm newbie.

    Can you tell something more about usb host cable?
    With Your cable you can connect various USB devices to phone?
     
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    Is USB host using same pins as usb data cable?

    Another question about GPS. I wonder if this phone has anything of GPS build in.
    I mean. If connecting of receiver (external anthena) would be enough to make it work. Maybe USB receiver could work with it - planty of them on ebay.
     
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    From another newbie - I didn't know the other end of the USB cable pinouts, so I found it here in case other people want to build the sync cable: Pinout - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    USB connector
    1. +5V (Red)
    2. -Data (White)
    3. +Data (Green)
    4. Ground (Black)

    Toughbook connector
    1. Ground
    4. +Data
    5. -Data
    6. +5V from USB
    13. optional bridge to pin 6 for charging
     
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    Yeah but £19 at the moment? Utter madness.

    I made my own for less than £3.
     
  8. interestingfellow

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    ahh, but not everyone is so inclined.... ;)

    I do home improvements and new construction for a living; I don't work for people who do it themselves, I work for people who A)don't have time B)don't know how or C)don't want to do whatever it is in question.

    Remember, you're also not gonna pay me to come out and turn a screw, you're paying me to know which screw to turn.

    IMHO.
     
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    I don't know if anyone can help with my CF-P2 problems that I'm having.

    I've got two ex-Centrica models that keep "waking up", apparently, randomly after I've powered off.

    The things I've tried are outlined on this thread...

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/512386-cf-p2-british-gas-version-21.html#post7237794

    ... and no, enabling/disabling the wake up events didn't work and it can happen with no button being pressed.

    Any ideas before I test their ruggedness by throwing them against a wall ;-)
     
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    TopCop1988 Toughbook Aficionado

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