I've got some high quality (at least I think they are) pics of the WP guts up on my stinky little site. Check it out. If you wanna get a detailed look at a part, but don't want to undo all those screws again, this oughta do it for you.
(hey if my pictures suck, let me know. If they don't and somebody wants to post them on a better site (Larwe.com?), feel free. (I wouldn't mind being credited as the source.)
I will add some clothed virgin pics, and perhaps even some suggestively attired ones as well. Expect some signifigant additions when I get my second virgin in the next coupla weeks (hopefully). Imagine two naked virgins side bide side! Who knows what it could lead to.
Dag, can you post more pictures of the webplayer? I'm trying to get an idea of its size, how the screen folding works, where the ports and switches and leds are located, and how the boards fit into the case. I have 4 on order but they havent arrived yet and I'd like to see what sorts of parts and tools I'll need. (or anyone else can feel free to do this!) Thanks a lot! If you have pics and are too lazy/need web space to post them email them to me (email@example.com) and I'll put them up.
My site has been updated. I've added some more naked pictures, showing the CPU with the heatsink removed and a close-up of the serial connector. I've added a section of clothed pictures, showing the webplayer with all its coverings in place. Also, there is a section about changing the existing QNX software settings to use another ISP. These steps have been well documented by Randy and others, but I've added pictures of the QNX setup screens. Perhaps those of you trying to hack the startup screen setting would find these useful.
Dag2000: Nice pics, I was wondering however if you could do me a favor and take CLOSEUP pic of the back with the DOC Cover off. (basically so we can see the doc from the outside with the case still on)
Email me if you can do this for me, I would like the pics As soon as I could
(Ack I dont have a digital cam!)
Actually, I happily peeled the sticker off. Had to set her free. Unhappily, I also snapped one of the pins off. Someone suggested a paperclip solution but I wasn't able to get it to work. If you or anyone else has a solution, or perhaps an extra DOC, I'd be a happy puppy.
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