Thanks tbowland for selling me the WebDT366, and to the help of Wartex, Valdi, "Vasko", Quotaholic, and to all the others who's posts I've read through. I now have my Webdt366 running a full install of windows XP SP3 "Thanks Wartex!"on the 8gb transcend module. I removed pin 43 and also (44 by accident!) on the female connector of the transcend module like Quotaholic did his pin 43. Vasko pointed out that PIN 44 on the 512MB APACER module was not used, so the motherboard can send anything to this pin, from 0V to 3.6V. The problem is, is that the 8GB Transcend NAND module expects GND ( 0V , ground ) on the same pin 44. So he recommended that I warp it out. Since I had filed the module down and pin 44 was gone due to my failed attempt to bend it out of the way after removing its plastic cover.. "Can you say Monkey Fist?" and is now possibly dead..
. I figured what the hell, it couldn't hurt to still try, either it would work or there was $124 US I just wasted. I put it all together with electric tape covering the modules removed pins 43 & 44 solder points, but it didn't see the NAND during boot..
. As I was about to give up, I text ed Vasko with my dilemma. He said to still wrap pin 44 even though it wasn't touching anything. So I covered it with some high temp electric type putty. Just rolled up a little snot ball pushed it onto pin 44, put everything back together and Ill be damned!!! I was a proud father of 8GB Weddt366.....
. WeeHoooo!!!!!! Its been running without a hitch for the past week now so I guess its gonna be OK!! I have also added a 8GB CF and I'm trying to get it to house the pagfile using USBoot phase-0. But I don't think it is working. I'm still messing with it, Wartex said after looking at the modules spec's that its capable of 2million writes and that it should last at least a year depending how much I use it. I have made the suggested BIOS changes too. I'm hoping to see someone "cough cough Wartex" MOD the internal USB connection to add a USB flash drive placing it internally, but not lose the use of the external plug. I'm also curious as to what that second plug is on the motherboard just under the NIC. Is it IDE, CF, is it usable with an extension wire of some sort? Well anyway, here are the pictures for you guys to see. There are some redundant and large file sized pictures. "Sorry". Later all http://s263.photobucket.com/albums/ii15 ... BDT%20366/