XP Drivers

I bought a Compaq Presario F700 Notebook PC but it came with vista. i gave it a try but did not like it. so i bought windows xp PRO i installed and there wasn't any problems. but i need some drivers which i could not find. if you can help me please do so. in the picture you can see that i am missing some drivers but i cant seem to find them if you need more information please feel free to contact me.

Posted by chrischavez 9 years ago


Reinstalling GPS Drivers During Hardboot on o2 XDA Zest phone to out of box factory settings

Hi, I use my old o2 xda zest phone evey day as it has an usefull inbulit gps system that i use for navigating the roads that i'm unfamiliar with.  I feel the gps drivers may have become corrupt as the phone tends freeze for a few momentst until a strong satellite signal is received.  I want to return the phone back to its original just out of box factory setting by hardbooting the phone. Before i begin  I want to ask!  If i hardboot my windows mobile xda zest phone are the drivers for the inbult gps receiver automatically installed during the hardboot or will i need to down load them from the web later to install them?.  Im asking since i dont want to perform a full hardboot to discover my gps drivers on my phone have been lost forever !  Have you hardbooted your xda phonein the past.  please let me know. Thanks for replies in advance.

Posted by selectauto 6 years ago


have i got 1 good driver or 3 bad ones

Hi all, nice to be here I have just finished building my first cnc router and about to start actually doing something with it, during my build I somehow managed to blow up 2 grbl boards and 6 drivers, hey note to myself, don't connect voltages when tired late at night also I have a problem, I think, thanks to YouTube I found how to set the voltage using the trimmer pots on the driver boards, I set all 4 drivers initially to 0.75 volt and it all works and tests fine, apart from having to buy 2 more driver boards when the trim pots fell off that is apart from one of the stepper drivers powers one motor (Y axis) and when it finishes working it goes absolutely solid locked up and sounds like it is groaning, the other 3 are firm but not locked up I tried increasing the voltage on the 3 looser stepper motors to 1.0 volt and it didn't seem to make a lot of difference, but to get the solid stepper driver down to the same stiffness I have had to drop the voltage down to 0.4 volt and it did stop groaning and loosened a bit I swapped over the motors, same result, moved the driver to another spot on the grbl board exactly the same effect on a different motor, so it looks to me like it is the DRV8825 driver board is this a case of I have 1 bad board and 3 good boards? or 1 good board and 3 bad boards ? any help would be more than welcome info on my cnc build and components below basically the cnc has a bed of 900mm x 900mm and is pure self build made up of parts found laying around my workshop, rails bearings lead screws etc, and I added in a new Arduino uno (of which I am novice) and a new GRBL board and ended up using DRV8825 drivers, stepper motors are used (eBay) 4 x identical minebea 23LM-C343-14V wired from 6 wire down to 4 wire with pairs being red & yellow and pair 2 being blue & orange, which I believe is correct LINK TO STEPPER MOTOR SPEC SHEET please correct me if I have made a mistake I have used links to set all drivers to 1/32 micro stepping, also set the mm rate so it is exact at 500mm travel, and set max speed at a sensible 400mm per minute as I am not really expecting supersonic speed and all is nice and quiet, nothing straining I have paired 2 of the stepper motors via the grbl to drive the X axis and used the clone spare on the GRBL to make that work, which it does marvellous The CNC structure does need strengthening up as mostly built on ply at the moment, but everything works as expected, the spindle is a nice almost new RotaZip high speed tool that I bought new about 4 years ago and only used it on one job so keeping stuff does come in handy even if wifey says it doesn't Look forward to sharing info on here as I learn more

Posted by IanT107 6 months ago


4-DCMotor Driver

Please help me to connect 4-DC-Motor-Driver-Module to arduino thank you

Posted by alisoud 1 year ago


xp modem driver for acer aspire 5720

I downgraded this laptop from Vista to XP. I have gotten all the drivers except the modem driver. I have downloaded every driver possible from the acer website with no luck if anyone has done this conversion successfully I would appreciate know what modem driver you used thanks

Posted by pcbuilder48 10 years ago


3W LED Driver

I Want to design a 3W led driver with 9V dc and 350 mA ouput.

Posted by gaurravi11 4 years ago


HELP**DRIVERS**HELP

Ok yes its me again with the need for more computer help...(I am slowly getting better) Ok I just recently fixed up a windows 98 computer (well 4 of them) And I really need drivers for them. What is the best place to find them? Is it possible to put a big database on a CD ? Can I make a disc of drivers from my windows XP computer ? Where can I download a bunch of them ? EDIT: I have to use my windows xp computer to get the drivers because the computer I am working on needs drivers for the Network Card

Posted by littlechef37 10 years ago


One Insanely Skilled Bus Driver

A bus, a tiny bridge, and a 100-point turn with wheels popping off the edge.

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


i need help making a servo driver!

I want to make a servo driver with buttons to control the up and down movement. i have a pic programmer so i can use that but need help with design and code

Posted by newbie life5 8 years ago


LED AC Driver

Hello, I was looking at making some indoor lighting using these leds http://www.ledsupply.com/creexml-ww220.php  Of course, the only part I'm confused on is what kind of driver or circuit should I use, if I wanted to plug it into a 110v plug? Thanks

Posted by opliko 6 years ago


2 uln2003 stepper drivers linked

Lots of build yer own stepper motor driver boards here. CNC also but, I  have these little ULN2003 driver boards that come with the small BLJ steppers...you do too.  I've seen linking 2 SF easy steppers together but, those cost. anyone know how to tie these cheapy driver boards together-to drive 2 stepper motors with few  /fewer pins from the microcontroller to drive 'em? would some sort of shift register arrangement be in play here?

Posted by schel 4 years ago


Help! Cnc stepper driver

Help,I need to know whether this stepper circuit design is capable of driving stepper motors for cnc milling.. Here is the design www.pminmo.com/3axispic/3axispic.htm

Posted by quadcube 5 years ago


led driver automotive

Can I power an AC LED driver with DC voltage, from what I understand the driver controls voltage and current. I purchase an LED light 7 x 1watt , the driver was rated 85 - 265 volt ac input but the seller had written 12 volt DC with grease pen across the printed label. This light works fine so I ordered 7 more like it with same ratings from a differant seller and they only work on 115 - 230 volt. Now I need to find proper driver or ship back to Hong Kong( Grrrr) I have seen drivers rated at 12 volt AC, will these work on 12 volt DC voltage? Thank you in advance, Duncan. 

Posted by dsr. 6 years ago


flyback transformer driver for beginners: is there a substitution for the flyback transformer?

My son wants to do the flyback transformer driver but we can't seem to find a flyback transformer. Is there a safe replacement or substitute?

Posted by ann.bragonje 3 years ago


Connect Leds to sound activated driver

Hi,I want to connect an array of white leds to this sound reactive driver:http://worldaglow.com/rcProd1.asp?id=556&c1;=4&c2;=149I'm pretty sure the output is 100 volt at 2000Khz. What is the cheapest way to do this ?

Posted by fade400 9 years ago


I Challenge You: Cable Driver

The new challenge!A cable driver!It's relatively simple idea, but balancing it will be hard!Tip:Use an engine or else it would just roll of the cable.Use weights for balancing.Best of luck, dudes!Link to the group.

Posted by Skreetsha 9 years ago


PS3 names (online)

Your psn names please mine is: sir-buck1994 (no caps or spaces) DanGosling (caps where shown no spaces)

Posted by Tom Buckey 8 years ago


Software driver for wemos board

Dear all .I Have problem For Wemos Board I cant connect on laptop after deep check find port Not appear.I need software Driver for wemos board .thanks to all.

Posted by Mohamed_Attia 5 months ago


common ground to 8 separate led driver (possible?)

Im about to wire my latest growlight , and it consists of 10pcs 10w chips, they will be driven by each of their own 10w  drivers, If i would wire as it normaly should be done , that would result in a lot of cable, and i have a long "stem" between the reflector and the foot where i am hiding the drivers! so then , i came up with the idea to wire all the led chips ground to a common wire , which i then split up in the foot  , to each of their own drivers. would this be possible , or would the drivers go nuts,    their different colors involved so driver will put out different voltages Had hoped to finish the project tomorow , so a yes or no is highly apreciated thanks

Posted by kristerh 4 years ago


LED driver question

Reposting need help Can I power an AC LED driver with DC voltage, from what I understand the driver controls voltage and current. I purchase an LED light 7 x 1watt , the driver was rated 85 - 265 volt ac input but the seller had written 12 volt DC with grease pen across the printed label. This light works fine so I ordered 7 more like it with same ratings from a differant seller and they only work on 115 - 230 volt. Now I need to find proper driver or ship back to Hong Kong( Grrrr) I have seen drivers rated at 12 volt AC, will these work on 12 volt DC voltage? Thank you in advance, Duncan. 

Posted by dsr. 6 years ago


Sensor and/or driver of longitudinal vibes on steel wire

Does anyone have experience making a magnetostrictive driver that can excite longitudinal vibes on a ferromagnetic string under tension or making a Sensor (Valeri effect) for same?

Posted by herb_fox 5 years ago


Can a 120VAC/12VDC LED driver also power a small DC motor?

I have a project in mind using 120VAC with some 12VDC LED tape and a small 12VDC motor (about 100mA).  Can I run the motor off an LED driver in parallel with the LEDs, or do I need a separate transformer for it?

Posted by walter.warren1 3 years ago


Driving a bank of DC motors using 4x4 Driver Shield for Arduino

Hey guys,  I am trying to run 8 DC motors through this driver shield. I don't know how to wire it up neither do i know the code for it. I was wondering if anyone could help me.  Thanks

Posted by misty123 5 years ago


XP pro hardware drivers: library, cache for system when detecting new hardware

Where in the XP Pro OS (operating system) can place all the drivers needed when plug and play starts detecting new hardware? Background: I am currently overseas and the home computer my wife normally uses has crapped out on her. She sent me the HDD (hard disk drive) and I will install XP Pro along with all the applications, but this time will create an image onto the hard drive so she can recover if she needs to (Acronis Image). I was lucky enough to run a driver program that picked up all my drivers (Ghostdriver? program) before I left home and have the drivers the system will need once I send it back to my wife and she installs it. I believe that some of the hardware drivers are located in C:\Windows\System32\drivers but am not sure if this is the only place or if I can just "drop" my copy of drivers into this and have the system pick them up as it "discovers" it's new hardware. I do realize that she may have to reactivate the Microsoft XP Pro license and she can handle that (we also do have a legit copy of WXPPro). Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, TJ I am glad I asked, I did not think about the the possible driver conflicts. I will try both the CD and Driver Magician. Thanks!

Posted by wil75son 10 years ago


Where can you buy laser diodes and circiut drivers ?

Laser DIY didn't send the parts we needed do you know where else to get  laser diodes and circiut drivers for the cheapy lighter laser burner ?

Posted by saltwaterfarmtoo 8 years ago


Galaxy s4 LCD driver

Hello! I hope im posting this in the right place, has annyone found a driver for the galaxy s4 (or simmilar) LCD panel, i have recently tried to replace the cracked glass and a small mistake later i destroyed the touch capability of the LCD assembly, it would be a waste of a completly good full HD 5" AMOLED LCD so i was wondering if annyone has anny idea if a (fake chinese or something) driver board exists for this LCD so you could plug a HDMI on it ... thank you ! 

Posted by compufreek 3 years ago


Motor Driver IC Blown up. Wish to know what went wrong

I am using 11.1V 25C 3700mAh Lipo Battery for powering up Motor driver Card (Dual DC Motor Driver 20A) Motor driver Product Link: http://robokits.co.in/motor-drives/dual-dc-motor-driver-20a . Basically, I tried connecting two motors instead of single Motor on each motor port on the driver. So in all 4 DC motors connected as the motors had no load. As per my calculations, all 4 DC motors together cannot draw more than 4 Amps of current. DC Motor Specifications 10 RPM High Torque Dc Motor. Link : http://robokits.co.in/motors/high-torque-dc-geared-motor-10rpm?cPath=2_3& During this check I noticed that one of the IC LR 7843 on the motor Driver Card got burnt, the moment I powered it up with LiPo Battery. Really don't Know why this happened.... Can someone please help me....

Posted by iaf64 2 years ago


Driver circuit for coil over plug

I want to use a COP ignition coil to create a spark for a single cyl antique engine

Posted by molddave 6 months ago


My computer is on the fritz part 2

So one day my speakers, scanner, and internet stopped working (about a week ago). I fixed the internet by reinstalling the driver, and I'm too lazy to reinstall the driver for my scanner. But what I'm most concerned about is that my sound doesn't work. I've tried reinstalling the drivers a couple times, and it works perfectly, except it doesn't work, lol. It's fine until it says restart my computer, after it does it it boots up like the driver didn't do anything. I'm using a realtek driver, I've both tried installing it off of the cd that comes with my computer and downloading the driver straight off of their site. I NEED SOUND!!!!

Posted by guyfrom7up 10 years ago


Cree XL-M RGBW LED - recommended LED driver?

Hello I live in Australia and am new to the electronics world. I recently obtained a Cree XM-L RGBW LED 20mm 12W (image). I want to wire it up, so decided to browse the internet for wiring information. This has resulted in a multitude of questions and I haven't been able to find any answers.  From what I can gather, each LED runs @ 100% ~350 mA, up to a maximum of 1 A. Doing some research, it seems I should use an LED driver to ensure that a consistent voltage is maintained. I have some LM317T MOSFET/Voltage regulators coming in, but after some further reading, they can be inefficient. I read I can use an Arduino for PWM to help set different colours by varying the brightness of each LED. Can the Arduino also be used as a driver? Looking for a driver is where I'm stumped. I'm assuming I need a driver per LED. Does this mean I need 4 separate drivers or are 4 channel drivers available? I've seen some single-chip IC drivers and some larger (multiple component) drivers, which should I be looking for? I would have thought that drivers for this type of multiple LED would be easily found, but I'm stuck :) Maybe I'm searching for the wrong thing? I emailed Cree, but they simply gave me an email address for an Australian LED company that no longer exists (at least the domain is no longer active). So I thought the next best bet would be reaching out to users who may have dealt with these LEDs. Thanks!

Posted by hendrikse.alex 8 months ago


Bad Driver's Needed

How do I assemble a parking sensor? I am lost. What ideas does everyone have? Using an Arduino.

Posted by hthnc-student 5 years ago


speaker drivers

I'm looking for speaker drivers within 40mm-50mm and a full range frequency response of about 0-25khz But! i cant find any manufacturers within the uk at a cheap price or decent frequency range btw its for a headphone project im working on :D All help greatly appreciated (:

Posted by 00mike000 9 years ago


gate driver for power mosfet

I am strobing columns of LEDs at high currents very quickly (100mA for each LED, for 100us) with p-channel mosfets and LED drivers. The p-channel fets that can handle that sort of current (100mA * 24 LEDs) have gate capacitances of 1000pF and up. My microcontroller can't push too much current to the gate too quickly, which would result in the mosfet losing power to slow switch (and ghosting in the LEDs). I KNOW that some sort of gate driver buffer ic exists, i just can't seem to find one. Everything I am finding is for high-voltage or high-current applications and motor-driving. I just need something that will drive my gates at 200-400mA, and since i need 9 of them, i'd like them to be cheap. I dont need any of these motor-driver ICs or 3A gate driver chips... Can anyone help me out?

Posted by samurai1200 8 years ago


Best LED driver?

I need to driver (5) 1watt white LEDs (forward voltage of 3.2~3.5v) and current of 350mA. I guess the best way would be to connect them all in series and somehow give them power. This is meant to be powered off of the wall socket (whether through SMPS or a capacitor or a resistor or a transformer or anything.). My question is what's the best way to drive them? I've never really used high power LEDs before. I'd also prefer to be able to adjust the brightness...

Posted by guyfrom7up 9 years ago


3 Prong screw driver

I have a FujiFilm camera that is not working. I want to take it apart, but it has very small triangle screws all over the place. They have only 3 prongs instead of the usual 4. Where can I get a screwdriver for this? Can anyone help with this issue. Thank you

Posted by toolmanic 10 years ago


Help :-(

Unfortunately, i believe i have uninstalled the wireless driver for my hp desktop computer. i have attempted my own searches for something online, and failed. i believe im using a linksys adapter and don't have the cd for it. does anyone know where i can get the driver for an HP, linksys, or whatever it may be. i am stupid

Posted by alvincredible 10 years ago


Interesting Speaker Idea

Well, this is a totally random idea I had about how to see sound. I would like someone to try to build this if they have the resources available. Pretty much it is an airtight box with an woofer driver in it. On the top is an clear acrylic tube with a light ball in it. There is a rod across the bottom of the tube to keep the ball from falling out. The idea is when the driver moves back, the ball is pushed up in the tube, and when the driver moves forward, the ball is sucked down.

Posted by benthekahn 10 years ago


Need help understanding LED drivers

Ok, I'm a newb to electronics and i'm having trouble figuring something out. Inspired by Dan's instructable, I decided to try and build my own headlamp. However, I've run into a problem. I have no idea what LED driver to use. I'm planning on using three of these bulbs, at 3.7v each and a max wattage of 4. I know if I rig them in series, the LED driver needs to be at least 11.1V, but my question is does the wattage of the driver need to be 12? Or should I rig the bulbs in parallel from my power source, and have one of each of these rigged to them individiually? Also, advice on whether it would be preferable to rig them in series or parallel would be great. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance

Posted by The Insomniac 5 years ago


How to assemble the el wire

EL wire Assembling Instructions 1 Recommended Tools for Live Wire Assembling 1. Wire-Stripper. 2. Scissors. 3. shrinkable tube 4. Hot heat gun. 5. Glue gun 1.EL wire And Power supply wire 2.EL wire And EL wire 3.EL wire Self-contained 4.Attention 1. forbid to connect power supplier without its driver 2. the flash function control by driver. 3. forbid to cut when connecting power. The electrode forbid to connect together, and should prevent it from water. 4. When making shape or connecting, do not to drag and bend emphatically. 5. the wire need match the suitable driver to work, otherwise may break the wire and driver, even dangerous. The driver should operate in power properly. The driver forbid to work without connecting wire. 6. If the wire or driver is very hot, cut off power immediately, call the distributor. 7. keep far from tinder, causticity goods 8. install and connect with professional’s guidance

Posted by amazingbest 7 years ago


Driver for High Powered 3W, 5W LEDs

Hey folks,I am new to this LED thing.I've bought around 90 high powered 3W and 5W LEDs with different forward voltages, and I am going to power them using some LED drivers that I bought with them. After searching for a while about how the nature of LEDs are, I am not sure about how should I connect these drivers to the LEDs because the drivers are constant current type of 1500mA, and the required amperage of LEDs are 700mA. I am thinking of adding one resistor to reduce 1500ma to 700ma just after + output in the series of LEDs line, but then because the drivers are a constant current one I think the resistor might just not work as the driver may try to push the current to reach to 1500mA so then it may ruin the resistor and LEDs afterward. Well, this is my guess and I am not so sure about that, so I need help with this one. Here I bought 5pcs of the 50W type:https://www.ebay.ca/itm/162156429886Above link is the drivers that I mistakenly bought from ebay (I could buy the 700mA drivers and make my life easy, but there is no high wattage (above 100W) with low amperage (700mA) LED driver in the market for a reasonable price for an unknown reason to me, could anyone answer this too?) Also my another question is about the nature of LED drivers: Let's say there is a LED driver with a constact current of 700mA and output voltage of 30-45V and some LEDs with forward voltage of 3.7V and 700mA required current, what happens if I connect 4 LEDs to this driver? Does it ruin the LEDs for getting more voltage than required? Or it's gonna be fine because the current is constantly 700mA? I am so confused right now! Please help!I also bought some temperature switches so I could add it to my circuit so I save my LEDs in case they got so hot! Yet I am not sure where to add them! If anyone could advise me on this I really appreciate it!

Posted by gamma-rays 4 months ago


High voltage lamp driver

I have a high voltage lamp driver that i took out of an old projector, I want to know if i wil be able to make a jacobs ladder or plasma globe with it? It supplies 25kv or 12.5kv on each of the two wires? it was used to power the lamp of the projector and it connected directly with the lamp wires. PLEASE HELP!

Posted by Francoisler 4 years ago


cnc: how to built it

Hi, dude! i found this: https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-to-Build-Desk-Top-3-Axis-CNC-Milling-Machine/?ALLSTEPS do someone build it? if yes, it works?,  same questions for the driver do someone build it?, if yes it works? does that driver works with a 4 wire motor like this? thanks a lot P.S. sorry for the grammar i'm not English.

Posted by addi125 5 years ago


Thinkpad Question

Hey guys, I just re-installed my thinkpad r51, and I've been having all sorts of problems installing the drivers. I have a video driver finally from windows update but the actual driver package I got of the site for it still doesn't want to install. My wireless won't install either. Lenovo offers 3 different drivers for my particular model and I've tried all three, the first two said they were installing it, but nothing happened, third one installed and it worked as far as the installation but for whatever reason it got very very very slow like there was some dead device holding my computer up. As soon as I uninstalled it, it was fine again, and no I could not manage to even try the wifi because it was so slow, got the window open a few times but it crashed. I have no bloody idea! I've already reinstalled this machine and everything was fine, and all the driver packages installed not a problem. I definatly need the driver for my wireless and the video driver will be helpful so I can control the outputs (seeing as it's a laptop with 3 diff video outputS)

Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago


Very simple Stepper Motor Driver Concept, suggestions or input?

Here is a concept stepper motor driver that I came up with. It supports half-stepping too. Any comments or suggestions are appreciated as I know that this thing is far from perfect. I also am making a 3-Axis CNC DB25 version schematic of this controller which I will post up later.

Posted by abadon 5 years ago


what would this stepper controller pinout mean?

I salvaged the interesting bits from two gravity fed laserprinters recently, and was delighted to find the stepper motors have small driver boards mounted to them.  Unfortunately, i dont know much about steppers or their drivers.  I'm hoping somebody with more familiarity can point me in the right direction to figuring these out. They are 13.9W 24V steppers, and manually rotating them i can feel 24 jumps, so im guessing they rotate 24 steps per revolution. The pins on the driver are LD, CW, START, GND, DC24V.  Aare those common pins for a stepper driver?

Posted by Kyle_S 6 years ago


Need help to build a flyback driver.

Hi every one, I've been working for several weeks on a diagram of flyback driver referring to this video to get an electric arc which can handle a day turned on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DE4GfpOSWW0 Here is the assembly that the author gave me : http://st-ware.com/files/misc/smallgen_en.png And here is the assembly I'm working on : http://alexmira.fr/images/schema00.jpg The RC1 capacitor is either a 630V 220nF MKP is a 1uF 630V. I've done and redone it on my breadboard but impossible to get anything. Could you help me to acheive this or tell me what are my mistakes. Thank you in advance.

Posted by exesnot 6 years ago


Power outlet controlled by windows driver (not master/slave circuit)

HI, the idea is to control a power outlet when the OS is booting. And even more important, when the OS shuts down. the outlet should turn off before the PC goes in shutdown.A master/slave socket (which i have) only switches off when the PC goes into OFF modes which results in a big bang on my Active Speaker setup. (behringer B2031A with B2092A).So, in short. i need a circuit thats being controlled ON after a driver has been loaded during BOOT.and that cicuit needs to power down when the Driver is being offloaded during shutdown.AC being controlled by a solid state relayThank you for anyone who can helpbest regardsmarco

Posted by marcoNLD 3 months ago


Printer Stepper Motor Driver

I recently "Recycled" (parted out/junked) some Hewlett Packard 600 and 800 series printers. It occurred to me that everything I would try to build (electronic and software drivers) already exists in the printers. The motion of the stepper could easily be controlled by sending print commands to the "printer:. The only "problem" I can think of is satisfying all of the fault sensors, eg. out of paper etc. Has anyone worked on this. Recumbent Bike Builders Rule!! Carpe Ductum

Posted by naic98 11 years ago


Slow down cars with trees.

Traffic calming schemes are frequently unpopular with drivers; speed bumps and oddly-placed bollards make life uncomfortable. In Norfolk, England, a new scheme is being presented that slows traffic without even touching the road or obstructing the driver. Two hundred trees have been planted at the boundaries of villages suffering from speeding drivers, and it is the trees that fool drivers into slowing; they are in rows down each side of the road, and as they approach the village, they get slightly closer together, and slightly closer to the road. Seen only in the driver's peripheral vision, the trees give the same subliminal visual clues as increasing speed would, and drivers respond by unconsciously slowing down.  The illusion has slowed traffic by an average of about 3km per hour. The illusion has been used before (rumble strips on the approaches to roundabouts are spaced more and more closely together to create an audible illusion of acceleration), but the more subtle nature of the tree-planting makes it less obvious, and thus harder to resist.  Provisionally seen as a success, more detailed, longer-term results are to be presented to the Department of Transport in the Autumn, with a view to rolling it out on B-roads nationally. The Independent Autoblog

Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago


Sildeshow Images Do Not Appear

I published a slideshow and the images do not appear when I view it. I took a screenshot, and have attached it. The slideshow is "Simple Flyback Driver Gives Powerful Arcs" https://www.instructables.com/id/Simple-Flback-Driver-Gives-Powerful-Arcs/

Posted by Xellers 8 years ago