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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 9:06 pm 

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Silver Trooper wrote:
As far as the ram, it will be 1GB is max. There is 256 on the mobo and you can put in a 1GB stick, but it will only recognize 1GB.

My CF-18 mk1 running Windows 7 recognizes 1.25 GB of installed RAM (c.f. attached Task Manager screenshot). Perhaps some 1GB sticks are more compatible than others?

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:30 pm 
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More likely because you are running W7. W7 and Vista will recognize the full amount compared to XP variants.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:51 pm 
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Hi, just installed an emissive keyboard to my Mk1 18 and found it doesn't have an off setting just 4 levels of brightness, anyone found this as well? Notice no one mentions it. In other 18s and the 19s the same KB has an off setting and 3 brightness levels. On the Mk1 the KB lights as soon as i power it on and is the last thing to switch off is that true on other Mks or does it wait for a software switch? Anything in the BIOS? It seems like the settings are in the KB so why would it be different on different models? Not sure if i need to worry much about battery drain or not but it's a bizarre thing i'd like to understand.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:10 pm 
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Abd wrote:
Not sure if i need to worry much about battery drain or not but it's a bizarre thing i'd like to understand.

If you are worried about battery drain I would keep it on the lowest setting. I am trying to remember if my rubber keyboard has a off on it or not. It's been last summer since I used it. I use it on my 4 wheeler for GPS . That's why I use a rubber keyboard , things get a little wet and muddy :D .
I would call or send panasonic a email and ask them about the setting on the keyboard

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