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#76 GTac01

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Posted 06 November 2002 - 05:41 AM

HEy good idea!!, now where did i see those pencils...

#77 singletrack

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Posted 18 November 2002 - 10:46 PM

QUOTE (ferrell @ Sep 28 2002, 12:25 AM)
Well, I took Gunr's advice and put a reset switch in my MS memory card. The switch is tiny and sits flush inside the casing of the memory card. No accidental resets, yet the button is very easy to press with a liight push of a fingernail. I'm quite pleased with the result, and was able to pick up a whole boatload of these switches. I'll be selling them at cost if anyone is interested. Please see webpage for details.

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To see the entire installation process with pics go here...

http://www24.brinkst...411gb/reset.htm

or

http://411gb.50megs.com/reset.htm

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ferrell

Very well done, thanks for the great pics.

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Posted 20 June 2003 - 01:02 PM

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QUOTE (ferrell @ Sep 28 2002, 12:25 AM)
Well, I took Gunr's advice and put a reset switch in my MS memory card. The switch is tiny and sits flush inside the casing of the memory card. No accidental resets, yet the button is very easy to press with a liight push of a fingernail. I'm quite pleased with the result, and was able to pick up a whole boatload of these switches. I'll be selling them at cost if anyone is interested. Please see webpage for details.



To see the entire installation process with pics go here...

http://www24.brinkst...411gb/reset.htm

or

http://411gb.50megs.com/reset.htm

(Lets see how long it takes for the servers to shut down )

If anyone wants to donate server space, PLEASE PM me!

ferrell

Very well done, thanks for the great pics.

-st


Yea thanks

#79 ronin149

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Posted 27 January 2004 - 02:12 AM

What is the yellow wire used for? Allow me to quote "Hacking the XBox" by Bunnie Huang:

"The video sync signal is a 3.3V CMOS or TTL-compatible signal. It is a basic 15.734 kHz positive polarity pulse train synchronized to the horizontal line time of the composite video output, with a single longer pulse at the beginning of every video field. This signal enable peripherals that are pointed at the TV screen, such as a light pen or a light gun for shooting games, to derive position information."

What does this mean? A device that as of yet does not exist would use this signal combined with a lens & photodetector to determine where at the screen you are pointing. I doubt that it will ever be utilized at this point, unless the Linux guys write something to use it.

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 03:26 AM

haha ronin you beat me to it i have the same book and was going to answer the question... wink.gif

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Posted 04 September 2004 - 03:48 AM

ferrell-

I don't know if you are still offering the switches...but, I was wondering do you have any radio shack part numbers, etc. for the switch?

If not, all I need is a REALLY small push button switch, am I correct? Any help would be appreciated...I'm a newbie when it comes to electronics like this stuff.




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