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-Main Page

-Windows Hack

  -Make your own DOC

Hardware Spec's 

-IDE Connector
-Floppy Connector
-Serial Ports
-Power Supply

Hardware Mod's

-Inserting the DOC
-Remove Noise
-Remove Heatsink
-CPU Clocking

Add Hardware 

-Hard Drive
   -HD Bios-Settings
-Hard Drive LED
-RS-232 Serial Port
-PS2 Keyboard
-External Display


-Suspend Fix

Software Tips

-Terminal Service


- Links


-Original Story 



Boundless Virgin WebPlayer 200MHZ Internet Appliance
Running Terminal Service 


1) If you have Windows 2000 server or Windows XP on your desktop machine, turn on Remote Desktop (under XP) or terminal services (under 2K)

2) Install "Remote Desktop Client" off the Windows XP install CD (or get it off the web) on your Win 95/98/ME box.

3) On the Win 95/98/ME box go into your SYSTEM.INI and replace SHELL=EXPLORER.EXE with SHELL="Name and location of remote desktop client software"

4) Reboot machine.

3) Connect to your desktop machine across the network.

For those of you running Windows XP that want to do this without having to attach a CD-Rom...
Download this file http://home.earthlink.net/~dsptech1/webplayer/remotexp/remote.zip and copy it over to your WebPlayer. Unzip and install by double-clicking the setup.exe file. Now you either have to add a new user to your users folder in Administrative tools, Computer management, Local Users and Groups, Users from the Control Panel on your XP box, Or you must be using a password with your own profile to access your profile remotely (I'm using my existing profile). Start Remote Desktop Connection from the WebPlayer and type in the name of your XP Box (network name for your system). Type in your profile name and password and wait for your desktop to to load. 

Don't expect to run any 3D games, or movies. Still cool to see and have access to everything on you system. You also won't be able to use your PC at the same time. 

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