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  • #16
    Ok, a little while ago we ordered a product called Micro-Scope and i remmeber seeing something in it that looked like the parallel port on the picture.

    So i decided to have a look, and i have found a parallel port, so its just a case of plugging it in? :?

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    • #17
      ah cool - well, if you have a look in the third post in that run of mine, there is a link which will give you fairly straightforward steps to be able to make your own one out of the parallel port connector..

      as you've got one, its just a case of opening it up, and joining the correct wires together..



      Originally posted by coiler
      Stomach was rumbling like a fatman landing on Sanctuary

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      • #18
        Plastic is molded round the one of got no way of getting into it.

        So if i decide to do the other way of shorting. What should i use to connect the pins?

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        • #19
          Id probably try and bodge something before I bought anything.. hehe

          straightened paperclips and a bit of any old wire maybe? Id probably attach an inch of wire to the end of each paper clip to give you a bit of flexibility. Then stick the paper clips into each hole, and join the relevant bits of wire, and hey presto, everything gets shorted! hehe



          Originally posted by coiler
          Stomach was rumbling like a fatman landing on Sanctuary

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          • #20
            Hmmm not sure where i can get some old wire from. Will have a look around

            Cheers for all your help Aaron, will give it a try tonight and report back.

            1st i just wanna check if the parallel method works with it 1st

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            • #21
              No worries..

              Speaker wire to the rescue again?!



              Originally posted by coiler
              Stomach was rumbling like a fatman landing on Sanctuary

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              • #22
                Backdoor Man (Chuckle)

                Tried any Backdoor passwords mate?


                Toshiba BIOS

                Most Toshiba laptops and some desktop systems will bypass the BIOS password if the left shift key is held down during boot
                not sure if this is true or not?


                At boot-up note the BIOS provider (Award, AMI, Phoenix, IBM, etc.)


                For Award BIOSí try these backdoor passwords:

                AWARD_SW
                j262
                HLT
                SER
                SKY_FOX
                BIOSTAR
                ALFAROME
                Lkwpeter
                j256
                AWARD?SW
                LKWPETER
                syxz
                ALLy
                589589
                589721
                awkward
                CONCAT
                d8on
                CONDO
                j64
                szyx


                For AMI BIOSí try these backdoor passwords:

                AMI
                BIOS
                PASSWORD
                HEWITT RAND
                AMI?SW
                AMI_SW
                LKWPETER
                A.M.I.
                CONDO


                For PHOENIX BIOSí try this backdoor password:

                phoenix

                More Below

                http://pulkit.migindia.com/?post=28

                http://www.virus.org/default-password/view/T/1/

                Other than that it looks like its the pin out jobbie




                Mighty...

                "Some say, that the Pen is Mightier than the sword, but thats just cos they dont have photoshop"

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