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dcore:motion_le1700 [2016/12/27 06:42]
sm8ps [Graphics] +[boot-loader and command line]
dcore:motion_le1700 [2016/12/27 06:52] (current)
sm8ps [Boot-loader and command line]
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 ====== Motion LE1700 ====== ====== Motion LE1700 ======
  
-A 12.1 inch tablet PC with an unusual 1400 x 1050 screen size (4:3) featuring an Intel Core 2 Duo L7400 64-bit processor running at 1.5 GHz (cf. [[https://www.cnet.com/products/motion-le1700-12-1-core-2-duo-l7400-4-gb-ram-30-gb-hdd/specs/|full specs]]). +A 12.1 inch tablet PC with an unusual 1400 x 1050 screen size (4:3) featuring an Intel Core 2 Duo L7400 64-bit processor running at 1.5 GHz (cf. [[https://www.cnet.com/products/motion-le1700-12-1-core-2-duo-l7400-4-gb-ram-30-gb-hdd/specs/|full specs]]). It is a slate that can be attached to a keyboard plate which serves as a stand and as a cover as well. (Anyone said iPad or Galaxy Tab?)
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-The boot loader occasionally would not successfully run without the boot code 'vga=318(which is decimal 792 but hex is expected) and then the system would not boot at all. I do not see why but this is the symptoms I observed.+The boot loader occasionally would not successfully run without the boot code 'vga=786' and then the system would not boot at all. I do not see why but this is the symptoms I observed.
  
 Working on the command line, one has to be somewhat careful to not touch the cursor nibble in the midst of the keyboard. For otherwise the keyboard goes bananas. In such a case, detach the computer from its keyboard and re-seat it again. Working on the command line, one has to be somewhat careful to not touch the cursor nibble in the midst of the keyboard. For otherwise the keyboard goes bananas. In such a case, detach the computer from its keyboard and re-seat it again.
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