Here's a video of it starting from reboot, cause the screen warms up really slowly and you'd miss most of it.
Not sure how I'm going to do that, though.
I tried using a serial connection, but that didn't work, possibly just because I didn't have a good way of doing it and was using the wrong connectors and it was 4am.
Maybe different cables + interlnk/laplink/fastlynx?
@qrs already did that, but they did it by using it as a display panel on some moderner computer. this thing should be able to play doom natively.
(but that's just a guess, I haven't tested yet)
COMPUTERS ARE TERRIBLE
Don't tell me what kind of person that it is. it'd be unkind.
I'm not able to type E, Z, period, left square bracket, or 0.
I suspect these are all on one shared pin.
CONSISTENCY IS FOR LOSERS
so why isn't this working with anything more fancy?
"write fault error writing device com1" and com2, even with interlnk disabled.
that might be enough for me to at least confirm the SCSI works.
a tab is 4 spaces?
AM I SOMEHOW SENDING FILES AS ASCII?
by which I mean if your filename ends with .exe, it says NO
so you have to rename it to something else first.
so I'm copying uudecode instead
and it's the right size
but the crc doesn't match :(
maybe I split laplink into like 8 16k pieces, then send them all over separately and CRC them.
part 3: CORRUPT!
this is going to take a while.
now I'm syncing to flash just in case it crashes...
it's 1.7mb compressed! which makes sense. at runtime the ramdisk is only like 2.5mb, since the other 1.5mb have to be used for regular ram
2. only outputting 0.02v
so I'll have to look into replacing that. Dunno how many volts it is supposed to be when fully charged. 4.5v, maybe? @qrs, any idea?
windows is being run in a loop so that if you try to exit it, it just re-launches itself.
you turn it off by turning off the car.
Get pcmcia cards working, or SCSI?
Then put some games on it
Maybe stick more ram in it?
Find replacement battery.
Add rubber feet so it'll sit flat.
Maybe I can hook it up through my phone for some connectivity.