Todays modern technology is being used to find the graves of loved ones who have past on. The Jewish burial society, Chevra Kadisha, is embracing new technology to assist families in finding grave sites for the relatives.Jerusalem and Tel Aviv have graveyards that hold upwards to 220,000 graves, which makes locating a specific grave quite a challenge. The technology is most often requested by grand children or great grand children whom have never visited their great/grand parents grave site. The grand children text message the name of their departed relative and receive a reply text, with GPS co-ordinates, informing them of the location of the grave site. Once the co-ordinates are entered into a rent-able GPS, they are quickly guided directly to the grave site.
My brothers Motorola DCT3416 died, and I figured I would attempt to fix it. I want to start out by saying I know very little about PVR's, other than somewhere buried inside is a standard computer hard drive. While dropping off the DCT3416, my brother informs me that it doesn't turn on, and that it makes this clicking noise. My first assumption is that the HD is corrupt and or damaged and preventing the machine from booting. Replacing the internal HD should produce a simple fix, so lets go about doing just that. Replacing the internal HD is going to be slightly more complicated than originally anticipated as the rear of the DCT3416 has 3 tamper proof/security screws, which I do not have a tool for. Instead I used a series of pliers, and 10 minutes later had all the screws removed. Here is what the tamper proof/security screws look like, once removed. I should add that there is also a plastic security tab, just above the IEEE 1394 jacks, which disintegrated when I attempted to