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    Samsung Digital Signage TV

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    we have a samsung digital signage tv which is running windows xp embedded.

    I would like to run xibo but it requires .net 3.5 which is not supports on embedded... does anyone know if you can install a full version of xp on these tvs?

    James

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    I tried installing XP on a samsung magicinfo television before for xibo as we got so fed up with the magicinfo software. Main problem was hard drive size which on ours was only 4gb and secondly speed even after getting it installed it was painfully slow and crashed regularly. Ended up having an Acer Revo attached the rear now works well.

    Hope this helps

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    An acer revo or raspberry pi is your best bet. Don't know if you can get a xibo client to linux?

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    Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs supports the .NET Framework.

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    Can you upgrade the ram or hdd on these tv's? I have a Samsung lcd 320MXN-2

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    We have 2 of these TragicInfo's, even after upgrading the RAM it was still painfully slow - honestly, it's not worth spending more money on them. We'll most likely be going down the Acer Revo route and just use standard LCD screens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBlax View Post
    We have 2 of these TragicInfo's, even after upgrading the RAM it was still painfully slow - honestly, it's not worth spending more money on them. We'll most likely be going down the Acer Revo route and just use standard LCD screens.
    I'll pass this on. Thank you

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