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Pearl RearVision Auto Reset (rear view camera)

Having trouble connecting to your RearVision? To recover your password or fix connectivity issues just perform this quick reset. Please note that it is a very time sensitive process. You need to make sure you are on the latest version of the Pearl RearVision App (and cannot be on a beta version). The App Version should be 1.5 or later. You should then unplug the OBD adapter and wait exactly two minutes. Next, plug the adapter back and wait exactly

Show passwords in FileZilla [Portable]

Recently I needed to regain access to a client’s FTP site where the password had been lost. Resetting the password was going to be problematic so instead we recovered the password by accessing FileZilla’s saved password list: For Portable FileZilla: FileZillaPortable\Data\settings\sitemanager.xml For regular FileZilla it should be similar to: %APPDATA%\filezilla\sitemanager.xml Open the sitemanager.xml file and browse to the Pass listing for the particular site that you need access to: This instructions are for Windows. I hope they are helpful to you 🙂

TEW-453APB default IP address & username/password

Default IP address: 192.168.0.228 Default username: admin Default password: password More info: TRENDnet | Products | PoE Access Points | TEW-453APB SG :: TRENDnet TEW-453APB Wireless Access Point Antennas for 453APB (Amazon) NOTE: Even after a hard reset, the 453APB sometimes seem to retain the last static IP that it was assigned to. If the default IP does not work, you may want to try FastResolver to scan all potential IP addresses.

Reset the BIOS / Supervisor Password on Acer Aspire One AO722

Question from reader M.H.: Hi J.D., Thank you so much for those great step-by-step memory upgrade instructions. As you obviously know much more about the AO722 than I do, I was wondering if I could pick your brain on something. As I’ve forgotten my computer’s BIOS supervisor password, would you be able to let me know how to clear it or otherwise get into my BIOS? (that is, other than sending the netbook back to Acer and paying them over

D-Link DAP-2553 default admin username password

The default login settings for the D-Link DAP-2553 wireless access point/bridge are as follows: The default user name is: admin The default password is: (blank, i.e. no password) PS we use these splendid little wireless access points in WDS mode to bridge a 1/3 mile gap between two buildings in a rural area with heavy foilage. The DAP-2553 models have PoE (power over ethernet) and they perform wonderfully for us in challenging environments 🙂