My buddy purchased a Zune a couple days ago and learned it didn’t work with his Windows Vista. He did figure out how to run the Zune on Windows Vista. A little digging around he came up with the following article, thought to pass it along.
Before you start be sure you have the Zune CD, WinRAR (if you don’t have it, grab a trial version) and a this Zune.msi install patch (here *requires log-in on forum).
There are 10 steps to this process and please don’t plug in your Zune until prompted to by the Zune software.
The original USB humping dog was out about 6 months ago and humped while plugged into a USB port. Now, there is a mod thats more of what you’d expect. He’ll hump only when copying data or accessing data. Unfortunately it’s just a mod so not for sale, but follow the tutorial and you too could have your own USB humping dog on command copy.
The iPodâ€™s Alarm Clock is nestled among other features like Calendar and Notes under the iPodâ€™s Extras menu. While you may already be familiar with many of the iPod Extras (especially Games), the Alarm Clock is largely an under appreciated feature.
Here is a Zune hack video tutorial on getting the Zune to appear on your desktop or file browser thus allowing you to use the Zune as a mass storage device.
Sorry folks, the video got pulled from YouTube. Please visit this Zune as mass storage device tutorial.
Here’s a little How To for obtaining a complete 360Âº model of any object. Just four items are needed. 1) Free software from Institute for Robotics, Germany. 2) USB Webcam. 3) 90Âº angle backdrop. 4) Laser from local hardware store.
The heavy lifting is done by the free software which has an advanced algorithm that automatically puzzles together the scans made from different sides.