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Z22_PALM_PILOT


( A GREAT DEAL OF INFORMATION HAS JUST CHANGED

One of the main files needed to SYNCRONIZE a Z22 PALM PILOT to

any computer, the PALM_SYNC_6.2 . EXE, has been erased from

the Hewlett-Packard website. I will post it once I re-gain proper

access to the INTERNET - Thieves here in OTTAWA (city, Capital

of the COUNTRY "CANADA") , have stolen BOTH my desktop computers,

so that I am "temporarily" only able to get partial access.

For the moment, if you need the file, search:

kidbots.com/WEBADD

for the folder Z22_PALM_PILOT

then search the folder for HP HOT SYNC SOFTWARE

then search the folder for the .EXE file,

then download it, BUT, .... SCAN FOR VIRUSES BEFORE

USING ! ! ! !  It is virus free when I uploaded it, but hackers

are going through all my web pages, adding, deleting, and changing files

constantly ! ! ! !

I will link to DRIVER DOWNLOAD web sites for quick, easy download,

"AFTER"  I get online on the Internet...  someday ! )

IMPORTANT !! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

If you have a Z22_PALM_PILOT

I recommend you immediately use the STYLUS (plastic touch tool)

and click on the ICON for CONTRAST,  (the CONTROL is

NOT in the SETTINGS MENU! )

Then, change the BRIGHTNESS to LOW, and leave it there !

I will explain later, down below, once I get back online properly!

This will IMMEDIATELY solve half a dozen problems! ! !

(( ADDED  MARCH 07th 2016 )) !

This project, like most of my projects, overlaps a dozen other projects that I
am working on. There is mention of this project at
VANCOUVER THIEVES ! ,
and there will be more mention of this topic in other pages, someday, when I
re-gain full access to the internet !

BELOW: the more or less "normal" Z22_PALM_PILOT


 

I got the Z22 PALM at a thrift shop in Vancouver, (city), British Columbia, (province),
Canada. (Country). It was completely dead, with a black screen, and cost a few
dollars, since it was dead. I rip apart electronics, and for a few loonies ( Canadian
coins that have a picture of a LOON bird on one side, roughly about $1.00 U.S. ),



it was a chance to look at the technology inside the unit.

I plugged it into a standard "mini" 5.0 Volt USB charger, and it was completely dead,
with no "BEEP" to indicate that there was power, and the touch screen was dead black.
I just left it on the charger for a few days, since I was busy doing other things, and
in the past, other devices sometimes actually are revived with a LONG, slow charge.

It did nothing. So I unplugged it a few days. I then Charged it again for a few days.
It should go 'beep' when plugged in, and the screen should show something when the
"ON" power button on the side is pressed, or any of the buttons under the screen
are pressed. Still unresponsive and Black Screen.

I left it on the charger longer. No hurry - the worse that could happen is that it was
actually dead. I then went online, and found the PALM website, downloaded the
manual, and realized that there were 2 different RESET procedures to follow - the
"soft" reset to reset the 'default' settings, such as CONTRAST, and TIME, etc.

BELOW: Soft Reset single button
_______________________________________________.

___________________________________________________

and a HARD reset to completely wipe the 'Static" Random Access Memory (RAM)

This memory (RAM) would be like the data files on a USB stick today. I pressed
the RESET BUTTON on the back of the Z22, by pressing the end of a wire paper
clip into the hole marked "reset". The unit responded with a lit screen, with the
"PALM" reset sequence starting, but quit, back to completely dead. This indicated
that the computer chips like the CPU (Central Processor ), and the ROM (Read
Only Memory , which had the Palm Operating System burned at the factory ),
were functional, and, that the battery was weak and almost dead. I plugged the unit
into power again, and left it. ( For a LONG time- perhaps a week or two ).
The next RESET actually started the unit fully, and I accessed the buttons
and the touch screen, and could access all the data in the unit -
the last owner of the unit could not turn on the Z22 to erase the data, so calendar
events, alarm settings, contacts, and web URLs were all there - I used the HARD
RESET  to erase the data, since none of the data was of interest to me.

BELOW: The procedure for a HARD RESET
_____________________________________________________________


NOTE: On the internet, many people want to know HOW to change the
LANGUAGE
 
of the Z22. It is at the MOMENT the screen resets above!

I loaded the PALM interface onto my computer, and downloaded a few games.
Keep in mind that PALM PILOTS were completely obsolete by that time...
-years before, since "SMART PHONES" like the Blackberry, and the Apple
iPhone had been out for a long time, and PALM as a Corporation was in the
last stages of shutting down, and looking for another Corporation to buy its
"PALM" operating system... The last PALM devices being sold actually gave
away a Z22 free, if you bought the bigger, better, latest models, but even this
freebee did not help declining sales. -- There was nothing the PALM could do
that Smartphones could not do as well or better, and people carried a cellphone
anyway, so why bother with Palm as an extra device to lug around!
I played with the PALM for a while, and tried various games and applications,
but, compared to the high resolution displays on my SAMSUMG smart phone,
and my Blackberries, the very crude pixel display, was obviously "old" and
crude. The interface was "old" and "crude" as well, and the programs had the
look and feel of Windows For Workgroups 3.11... -- at a time when Windows
XP was standard. ( note that there are STILL Windows 3.11 programs, and
Palm Z22 programs that were incredibly well written, and very powerful, that
have never been repeated, to the point that people still use 3.11 and the Z22,
JUST for that specific software! )
That said, I could not think of a single reason to actually USE the Z22, other than
to play a game on, as a curiosity....
Periodically, the Z22 would suddenly DIE, to a dead BLACK SCREEN of
death. Since this was the way I found it, I knew that whatever was happening was
not serious, and it could be revived, and developed a method to get it back.
When it is working, if you plug in the +5.0 Volt USB 'mini" charging plug, the
unit makes a BEEP sound. When you unplugged the USB chord, the Z22 made
another BEEP sound at a lower frequency (lower musical note).
Once the BLACK SCREEN of Death occured, there was no Beep, so that one
would assume that the unit was NOT charging. It seemed that the only way to
revive the unit was to UNPLUG the unit, and leave it for a week. This became
my standard method of treating the unit. After a week, I would plug it in, and
charge it for another week, and then do a SOFT RESET, which usually worked.
I got into a problem with installing a game from the internet that did not install
properly and HUNG the operating system with half- installed software. I called
the 1-(800) number for PALM, and got a really cool service representative in
California, who answered all sorts of questions, and we discussed many related
issues about the PALM. ( It is rare to talk to someone in 'support' who does NOT
read information from a screen of pre-written 'answers'. This guy knew the device
completely, thoroughly, and technically, and I suspect he was even a PALM
programmer, since he answered all questions immediately, in CLEAR detail ! )
A week or so later, on a technical web site, I read that
PALM was SOLD to Hewlett-PACKARD, -- I called the 1 (800) number,
which did not work, and the PALM website was gone shortly thereafter, followed
by any web search for PALM being re-directed to HP.com . So far, ( Sept 2014),
the most important technical information on all PALM PILOTS , is still
available on the HP web site ..
.
http://kb.hpwebos.com/wps/portal/kb/na/zire/z22/unlocked/home/page_en.html



Unfortunately, all the applications, games, and web based
news feeds and portals, etc., are gone. IFF you search the internet diligently
you may find individuals who still have all sorts of files and programs for download
from their own web sites. Unfortunately, the PALM Z22 was out for a short time
so that "SPECIALIZED" software, that fits the "flavour" or "version" of the vast
"PALM OS" 's many hundreds of versions, is difficult to IDENTIFY - and if you
install a program on the Z22 that is not specifically designed for the Z22, it can
lock or freeze or hang, requiring either a Complete RESET , or, as I mention below,
a long complex process to use specialized software to analyse the System files to
determine where the error is, and, then, to delete the bad files... (ie. Use caution
when installing ANY application on the Z22, since, as I found out the hard way,
even software that states "compatible with Z22", may NOT be! - back up
everything of value, BEFORE installing anything on a Z22! )

WHAT IS A Z22 GOOD FOR?

I can thank the VANCOUVER THIEVES ! , hackers and spammers, for creating a NEED
for my old Z22. Since my passwords online were hacked, my websites hacked,
my apartment broken into, etc., I really needed a place that was safe to store
passwords. Traditional methods were failing, and since the thieves broke in and
ripped apart my computers to get physical access to my harddrives,-- silly things
like BIOS passwords, and encrypted files were useless. In some cases, if they
could not hack out the information, they destroyed the drive or device, so that
"I" could not access my own information ! This has been going on for over 4 years.
Obviously, something better was needed.
Then it occured to me that the Z22 is SO OLD that it does NOT have Bluetooth,
( IBM has its logo in BLUE, and bluetooth is a short range wireless radio signal
typically on cell phones that transmits to external speakers and microphones, and
earpieces, so that you do not have to hold the cellphone when driving a car, and
you can transmit files and MP3 songs to your computer ). -- the Z22
does NOT have NFC (Near Field Communication ),( cell phones, and new
electronics can have NFC for short range communication to cash registers,
turnstyles, telephones, bank machines, etc. It is similar to Bluetooth. )
--The Z22 does not have RFID, ( Radio Frequency I Dentification, an
older technology that uses a coil of wire to generate an electrical charge
from a powered antenna, to either generate a pulse of reflected radio waves,
or to power a small computer chip that 'pulses' a signal back to the antenna
that created the first wave. This was first seen typically in store product
security "TAGS", to stop theft of products. Now it is used in Bus Passes, Gas cards,
and key tags to gain entrance to apartment buildings doors and garages. BELOW:
How it works - A pulsed radio wave hits the coil of wire, and creates a pulse of
electricity, that "charges" the tiny capacitor at the ends of the wire. When the pulse of
the radio wave stops, the charged capacitor acts like a tiny battery, and discharges
electricity BACK into the wire, which creates another radio wave that beams out,
back to the machine that created the first pulse. The machine "reads" the returning
pulse. New RFID tags ADD a small computer chip, that chops the returning pulse
into a series of high-speed chopped pulses, that contain a SERIAL NUMBER, that
identifies the specific TAG. These are used in wrist bracelets at Concerts, Credit-
card sized BUS PASSES, key chain Apartment Entrance Door Locks, and many
Gas Station 'Instant Pay' Dongles, etc. WalMart even sewed these into clothing! )
The advantage of RFID's is that they do NOT need a battery.

BELOW: The Clothing Security Tag is attached with a pin to store
clothing. At the store exit are two towers that people have to pass
through. The towers pulse a radio wave at the coil of wire, that
charges the brownish capacitor. When the pulse stops,
the capacitor dumps its charge back into the coils, and makes
a radio wave that hits the towers. The return "Electromagnetic
Pulse" radio wave, sets off an alarm. Very Simple.



BELOW: the "Presto" brand Bus Pass "credit card" format, is a thin, flexible
plastic card with 5 loops of printed wires, and a programmable computer chip.
Placed near the card reader on a BUS ( typically in Ottawa, Edmonton, etc. )
a pulse of radio wave charges the wire loop antenna, which powers the computer
chip. The chip responds with a Serial Number to Identify the card, and the
Bus System logs in the cost of the trip, and deducts it from the Card...
If you shine a very bright light behind the card, you can see the chip and the wires.



-- the Z22 does NOT have Wi-Fi, ( internet over the air, typically within range
of a household that has a box with an antenna that is connected to cable or
telephone Internet. The antenna transmits internet to any device, like a computer,
cell phone, iPAD, web Camera, Printer, etc. in range ) ...



-- The Z22 does NOT have cellular wireless antennas, such as GSM ( Rogers ),
CDMA ( Bell ),  etc, ... The Z22 uses an invisible LED light, like the one on a TV remote
control, to transmit to "IR" ( Infra Red light ) devices, and the Z22 uses the USB



plug to connect to either a computer or a "CRADLE" that it sits in, that both
charges and connects to the internet. If both of these are diss- connected, then
there is no way to get information from the Z22 through "hacking" in the
traditional sense...
I carried the Z22 with me to keep BANK passwords, telephone numbers,
addresses, and other data. This worked fairly well, ( notwithstanding the random
BLACK SCREEN of Death ), until the plastic film touch screen started to fail.
I carried the Z22 in a soft zippered camera pouch, so I thought little damage would
occur to the screen, but I was wrong. The PRESSURE of the case pushing
constantly on the top layer of plastic, along with heat from sunlight and hot
environments, along with COLD from cold nights and - being in CANADA,
from doing things like shovelling SNOW , took a toll. Eventually the screen was
nearly impossible to use.
Another problem with carrying the unit unprotected, is that the BUTTONS are
randomly pressed, particularly the ON button on the side edge, which turns on
LEDLight Emitting Diode ) back-lit display lights, which use more power
than any other part of the Z22 - repeatedly turning ON for a few seconds will
drain the battery, which , because of the AGE of the battery, is serious. This
leads to the more serious problem of the BLACK SCREEN of Death...(BSoD)
I went online to see what could be done, and got a few rare hints of help, in
amongst hundreds of people SEEKING a solution. The most common solution
was to take the unit to a PALM Service Center, often for $100.00 U.S. ! Sorry,
but the unit itself was no longer that much cost, and Palm was out of business.
One strange method to revive a dying hard drive, that worked, since I used it
a couple of times, was to seal it in a ziplock bag to protect from moisture, and
put it in the freezer. Quickly taking it out, and plugging it into a computer sometimes
allowed you to get information off the drive before it heated up the chips inside, and
died. The screen on the Z22 responds to the same method. The reason is that the
screen on the Z22 is two layers, one of plastic on top of the other. When you
touch the top screen, it bends down to touch the bottom layer. Invisible metal
paint conducts electrical current from the top to the bottom layer. This works well
when the layers are perfectly FLAT, -- however, when the top layer is deformed
and touches the bottom layer, BEFORE you touch it, the screens are shorted out
and the touch screen is DEAD... Freezing the entire Z22, sometimes, will SHRINK
the top plastic layer, so that the screen WORKS, briefly, before it heats and
and starts to warp, and short out. The trapped "AIR" between the layers also
expands and contracts, and can re-shape the orientation of the layers.
I tried this, twice and it worked, long enough to access the MEMO section to
retrive data that I needed. However, the third time, this method failed.
Then, realizing that the top layer of the screen was warped, I used a small,
portable, folding hair dryer from my tool box, to HEAT the screen, quit hot, to



cause the plastic molecules to SHRINK together. If you compare the plastic
used on winter storm windows that in CANADA, you stretch over the window
frame, and then HEAT to shrink it, or, for packaging pallettes of products, the
rolls of plastic that you wrap around the stack, and heat up to SHRINK it
tightly in place, --many plastics will shrink a bit when heated, particularly if they
are in thin sheets to begin with. This method WORKED, and it worked on a
long term basis, and I thought that I was finished with the problem. However,
the soft Camera pouch fabric constantly pressing on the screen warped it over
time, and it again, got worse and worse until it was unusable. This time all
known options were void...
I took the unit apart, and carefully pulled the top layer of plastic OFF, breaking
the aluminum (conductive ) spray paint on the top and bottom, that delivered
electrical current to the invisible "wire" paint on the plastic screen surface.



ABOVE: Entire Screen Assembly



ABOVE, carefully separating top and bottom layers of the screen



        ABOVE: the two screen layers apart. Note the aluminum paint and dot
        contacts on the top edge and the bottom edge.
(( NOTE: some people think "Oh my, I would never do that, since it will
'break' the screen! ". My experience, from a half-Century of fixing things,
is that
1/ IT IS ALREADY BROKEN 2/ You might just discover some-
thing, and you might just FIX IT!
3/ You have nothing to loose! ))

At that point, I was looking at replacing the entire "screen" assembly, and
I put it back together, to put away until I had time to bother with it. Once
assembled , I turned on the unit and was startled that the screen worked
PERFECTLY ! The frame of the Z22, around the edges, pushes DOWN on
the two layers so that the broken paint layers of aluminum were pressed
together, and conducted electricity, and, removing the top layer STRETCHED
it enough to straighten it! I was certain I had fixed it! However, again, the
pressure of the soft case pressing on the unit deformed it again, over time.
The NEXT time I tore apart the unit, I put a double layer of plastic on top



ABOVE: I added a plastic lid stuck on with black electrical tape
of the Z22 to prevent anything from touching it - had I done this in the first
place, I would have had NO screen problems at all.
Live and Learn!
Thus, the only problem left, at that point, was the BLACK SCREEN of
Death,., which started to get worse, and I noticed that once charged, the
Z22 battery indicator, would drop immediately to half, and then drop
quickly from there. Obviously the battery was weak and dying. I looked
at the size and type of battery, and wondered at what could replace it, and
looked online for replacements. The services that still worked on the Z22
wanted $80, $100, $120, or more to replace the battery, and would take
weeks or months of shipping. This was NOT an option. I noticed that
there were only 2 wires on the typical lithium battery pack. This is good
news, since if there are 3 wires or 4 wires, such as typically on a cell
phone battery, these extra wires "communicate" with the charger, and are
needed. If there are only 2 wires, the charging circuit can theoretically
charge quite a number of different sized batteries. This allowed me to get
one of the biggest batteries I could find, and just glue it on the back, and



attach the two wires. The new battery would not fit in the small space
of the old one, but ANY battery that would FIT could actually be used.
Instead of looking for any one of dozens of off-the-shelf small cell phone
batteries at any cell phone store or battery store, I chose to use the
biggest battery I could find. The advantage of gluing a monster battery
on the back, is that the new battery lasts 5 times longer... - it looks ugly
but I want USE-ability, not looks.



ABOVE: Hot melt glue is used to glue the big battery on the back of the Z22.


WHAT is the BLACK SCREEN OF DEATH ?

Since I have finally put in a brand new touch screen, and put on a huge new
battery, and put on a flip up LID to protect the delicate touch screen, I have
had 2 BLACK SCREEN of DEATH occurances. Both under heavy use,
both with a relatively low battery. From all the circumstances, I would take
a GUESS, at what I think is happening...
The entire unit runs on a nominal 3.6 volt battery. However, parts of the
Z22 use much lower voltages, and incredibly LOW current ( amounts ) of
electricity. The Z22 is ALWAYS "ON". Unlike devices of the 1950's and
earlier, where an ON / OFF switch really did turn ON or OFF the power,
the ON switch simply notifies the logic chips of the Z22 that you want the
screen to turn on, and the unit to come out of "SLEEP" or low-power mode.
All the switches and buttons simply make a momentary contact, to 'logic'



gates. If the battery gets low enough, the LOGIC circuits start to fail, and the
various "ON / OFF " circuits, and HIGH / POWER -- LOW / POWER
circuits get stuck in a state of confusion - a state where various parts of the
Z22 are out of sync. The unit is neither ON ( which is to say, the lights on
the screen are "ON" ), nor completely "OFF", in which all the main chips
can turn down to low power mode. The unit's screen goes OFF, and the
logic circuits do not respond to the buttons or the touch screen. Even the
logic controlling the CHARGING circuits are kicked out, and the battery
will not charge. YET, at the same time, there IS indeed, power in the
battery - enough to "HOLD" the logic cirucits in their incorrect state, so
there is no way to 'unlock' the circuits. The reset button does not work.
The "amounts" of electricity needed to work the various logic circuits is
so tiny, that humidity ( water in the air) alone could affect the logic, and
with dust and dirt and oils etc. getting inside the unit through the holes
where the stylus locks, where the top and bottom case parts snap together,
where the USB port sits, where the screen edges meet the top case, and
where all the buttons move, after a year or two, with a low battery to start
with, the logic circuits could get invalid states that should not exist.
When I left the Z22 for a WEEK, unplugged, with a weak, low battery,
this allowed me to charge and reset the unit -- I was killing the battery to
complete "DEAD", so that the tiny power left, that was holding the
logic circuits in a mixed-up state, was gone, and all the logic circuits went
to ZERO. Thus, when I got the BLACK SCREEN of DEATH, after
putting in a new battery and new screen, I immediately did an experiment,
and I CUT the wire going to the battery for 2 minutes, and then connected
it. The unit came on immediately, and I could do a reset. Voila. After this,
I added a switch beside the battery, and the second time I got the BLACK
SCREEN of DEATH, I simply turned OFF the power to the battery for
a few minutes, and immediately I could do a reset, and keep going.



BELOW: After installing the switch, I used sheets of thin plastic to
cover the switch.



I got the black plastic from an old computer FLOPPY disk . . .



Thus, for anyone with the BSoD, I would say you could take the unit
apart, and disconnect one of the two wires to the battery, and then
reconnect. However, you likely would have an almost DEAD battery,
and would need to charge the battery before you could reset.
Or, if I had a Z22 with BSoD, I would take the unit apart, cut the wires
to the battery, and wire in a typical CELL PHONE battery, which
was already charged, and reset and use the Z22 to get the data off the
device through the Infra Red or the USB. Or, you could get a
generic Cell Phone Charger ( I got one for $12 ) that charges ALL
cell phone battteries, and automatically detects + (positive) and
- ( negative ) contacts, and connect the Z22 battery to charge it.



Note that the charger above only uses 2 contacts, but the typical
battery has four contacts, with Plus + and Minus - on the outer ends.
To charge the Z22 battery with wires, instead of "CONTACTS",
you would bare the wire ends, and tape them on an end, then place
the battery in the charger with the wires touching the contact posts.

Then connect the wires again, with a full charged battery, and reset
and get the data. The key is to completely REMOVE all power to the
Z22 to get the logic circuits all to ZERO volts, so they can reset!
   I have not tried this, but I suspect, that, if you have valuable
data on the Z22, and you really need it,
in a hurry, you could open
the unit, cut the red and black wires to the battery, wait 2 minutes
for the circuits to die ( have the power go to ZERO volts ),
and then connect 3 ordinary AA batteries, 1.5 volts each, in series
to get 4.5 Volts. This would allow a reset immediately, and you
would have enough power to use the USB, or the IR, to get your
files and data off the Z22 and onto your computer...

((New information: I was using the Z22, for a LONG time,
repeatedly putting in new information, and editing information,
with a fully charged battery, and with the Z22 PUGGED-IN to a
5 VOLT USB Mini charger cord - and I still got a Black Screen of
Death ! The unit had been working just fine for almost a YEAR,
so that the BSoD was competely surprising. I popped off the cover
over the battery disconnect switch, and turned off power for
about 1 minute, and turned it back on. The unit did a SOFT reset,
and all my settings and data were there. The only thing wrong was
time and DATE, which I set, and continued. It seems that extreme
heavy usage can trigger the BSoD, even WITH a charged battery!
As I state elswhere, the Z22 is well designed in safely protecting
your DATA, so glitches, although annoying, are not serious...
   IFF you have a known, reasonably charged battery, and get
the dreaded BSoD, from 'heavy use', you can recover.
Since most people will NOT have a switch added, this means
that one of two methods will have to be used:
1/ unplug, and wait for the battery to die completely - which
        could take weeks, or, if you are in a hurry,
2/ open the unit, cut one of the 2 battery wires, wait 1 or 2 minutes
       and then re-connect. If you do not have soldering tools handy
          you could just bare the ends of the wire, twist, and cover
           with tape. The wires are VERY SHORT, and this will be
            tricky. If you have another piece of wire, you could
            more easily ADD it in between. Then re-assemble the
         Z22. Yes, it is a pain, but it is very fast compared to 1/ ! ))




Note that "NOW", a few years later, there is huge "DUMP" of
Z22 parts and batteries, and I have seen them on eBay, shipped
from China or Hong Kong, for $10 (shipping included ). If you
have a Z22, and like it for some specific purpose, and are handy,
just order a new battery. Taking it apart is enough time, before the
the new one is soldered in, to RESET the logic circuits, and by the
time it is re-assembled, it will do a soft reset, and be ready to be
fully charged.
If you do not have soldering equipment, you can cut the red (+) and
black (-) battery wires CLOSE to the OLD battery, and bare the
ends. Take the NEW battery, with wires attached, bare the same
length of copper strand wire on the end ( about 1/3 inch would be
ok ), and twist the two sets of wires together. Tape the twisted bare
wire connections with black stretchy electrical tape. ( If you cannot
get electrical tape, you can use 'scotch' tape, and even paper
masking tape, since the voltage is under 4 volts. Just be careful that
the bare wires are completely covered. ) Then stuff the wires and
battery back into the correct spot, and re-assemble the case...


I ordered a new touch screen from Hong Kong, and shipping
included, it was less than $10 dollars. Again, you can replace it
yourself if you are handy, and no soldering is required.



The Step by step procedure is shown here.There are also
instructions and videos on the web, with various degrees of
usefulness. The information on the web changes constantly...

Thus, the Z22 is prone to 3 problems:
1/ The screen cannot be pressed in a pocket, purse, pouch,
            briefcase, drawer, etc. or it will gradually deform, and quit.
2/ The battery, considering the units were made years ago, will get
           weak and die quickly and not charge fully. (this is true of
            all rechargeable batteries.) Even in a brand new package,
            the batteries need to be replaced with new ones. 
3/ If the battery is low, and /or under heavy use, the power can
           dip low enough to randomly power the ON/OFF logic
           circuits, into a non-valid state, resulting in the BLACK
           SCREEN of Death. (BSoD). It cannot be reset or
           charged, until the battery dies COMPLETELY, which can
           take a LONG time! (Or, you can CUT one battery wire
           for about 2 minutes, to kill all power to the computer
           chips.)

In searching the Internet for answers on how to recover from these
problems, I found very few suggestions, yet many hundreds of
people were LOOKING for solutions. The most serious problem
was for people who had used the Z22 for years, and had valid,
important data that they really needed... If the screen is warped,
they 'may' be able to freeze or heat shrink the screen. Otherwise
they can replace it for about $10. If the battery is the problem,
they may be able to disconnect, charge, and reset, or, use 3 AA
batteries to temporarily disconnect, reset, and power the unit.
Again, the proper "original" battery can be ordered for $10, and
many 'others' "can be" used, the way that I used one.

As stated above, there is a HUGE DUMP of the Z22 's in the
past year. Earlier, on eBay, and Amazon, there were the odd
used unit for sale from someone here-and-there. Service was
done at a few exclusive places, and I could NOT find original
screen or battery replacements. Then, SUDDENLY, the internet
was flooded with parts, sales, services etc., as though very large
corporations in the United States abandoned the Z22, and
replaced it with Smart Phones.

BEFORE the dump of Z22's, the typical price for a used, old
unit was about $25, which is the "real" price for an obsolete unit
with a soldered-in, dying battery!



ABOVE: the typical for sale unit has the CD, the charger, the clear protective
flip up CASE (extremely IMPORTANT), the manual, and the USB connector
for "SYNCing to a computer. Very reasonable, and the protective clear case
means that the touch screen is in very good condition, and will not have to be
replaced. Since these units have not been manufactured for a decade or more,
the battery, even if barely used, is weak, and will not charge fully, or last long.
Still, for just passwords, it is a 'VALID' useful item, particularly if you have a
specific program that you need to use. If you use it while it is plugged IN to a
charger, this compensates for the weak battery. Leaving the unit always plugged
in would be strongly advised, until a new battery is installed. PRICE: $25

AFTER the major DUMP of Z22';s on the market, the prices for things went
crazy. Since the TOUCH SCREEN is really sensitive to being pressed - for
example in your pocket, in a purse, in a briefcase, in a pouch, or even in a,
desk drawer, kicking around with pens, papers, staplers, etc., the clear
protective flip-up covers started to become an extremely important item, if
you wanted to preserve the Z22's useability. The ads for these became
absolutely STUPID !

  The case price went from $7.99, to $14.99, to $49.99, in days!


Then the price jumped to OVER $100 U.S.
( after SHIPPING )




ALSO - beware, all user reports on this clear case, say that the two
tiny "HINGE" tabs on the top are ridiculously tiny, and break very
easily... This is a very common problem with 'hinged' plastic items from
Hong Kong. I have dozens of similar items - all with broken hinges...
you'd think someone would clue in... (unless this is deliberate planned
obsolescence)...

Also, available, are absolutely useless rubber cases, that protect the iron-
tough sides and bottom, and leave the delicate SCREEN wide open!
The rubber case also allows the BUTTONS to be pressed, which is another
cause of low battery, and BLACK SCREEN of Death...!



ABOVE: the useless case protects nothing for $25 ! !  I would NOT recommend
getting this - it does nothing at all. The Engineers at Palm, who designed the
unit, did an excellent job on all counts, and chose one of the most resilient,
tough, plastics they could find. It is the touch screen and the buttons that need
protection!

What I WOULD recommend is to get a camera zippered case at the Dollar
Store, for $1 to $3 dollars, and putting in a sheet of any hard plastic along
one side, and place the screen of the Z22 against the protected, plastic.
The plastic will not only keep the screen from being touched, but will also
stop pressure from pressing the BUTTONS, which will eventually drain the
battery, shortening the 'useful' time, and worse, causing the low-battery
BLACK SCREEN of Death!... I found white plastic and made a flip up
lid cover over the screen, but this is a lot of time and work, compared to
simply finding a square piece of plastic to put in the case...
You can get a sheet of plastic from some display cases, chocolate boxes,
kids toys display boxes, etc., and cut them with heavy scissors or
a pair of tin snips. Smooth the edges with a file. The NEXT
Z22 I get as a back up, will just have a sheet of plastic in a case.
( Cost - used plastic for free, and a $1 - $3 camera pouch --done... ! )



BELOW, the semi-hard case and the SOFT case open - in both types I would
recommend a hard piece of plastic be put on one side, to protect the delicate touch
screen of the Z22:




One of the hilarious tricks that SELLERS do online, when try to get rid
of a huge inventory of used junk, is to list ridiculous prices for something that
has very little value. Anyone who uses eBay or similar sites, is used to this
type of stupidity, and just ignores the ploy.



Above: A Z22, 'new' (from 10 years ago) for $273 ! ! It has a battery that is old and
dying, just from old age! An OLD, USED SMARTPHONE, in any pawn shop
or thrift store, is $20, and the battery would off-the-shelf replaceable, cheaply. It
would have more memory, an External Memory slot, a High resolution screen, sound,
standard USB type of connection to a computer, to transfer data, easily, and
thousands of free games and applications to download ... !

The "real" value and price, can be found online if you search --



ABOVE: the real value and price of Z22s about $20 to $30 at best, TESTED, working,
with chargers and accessories! Even then, be prepared to replace the sadly
aging battery.

BELOW: Beware FAKE junk like the SOUND transmitter to get your MP3 sounds
transmitted from the Z22 to your Car Radio, while using the Car charger -- great
stuff except that there is NO MP3 file system in the Z22, nor is there a PLUG on
the top of the Z22, to plug in a set of stereo EARPHONES ! The entire picture
is a Cut-And-Paste FAKE ! All the Z22 has is a tiny brass Piezio buzzer, that goes
"BEEP" !



Other ads are funny as well, and clearly cut-and-pasted, such as ads for 'standard',
off-the-shelf, typical, chargers that are listed as "Z22 Chargers", noting that  ANY
typical 5 volt USB charger with an end that is a "MINI" will charge a Z22!
The ADs below show the MINI USB plug on the BOTTOM of the Z22!



BELOW: the Z22 has a tiny METAL Beeper, and NO output sound plug!
Note that the top of the photo below is the bottom of the Z22 - NO USB -
it is clearly shown at the other end in the middle!



The CABLE, which is used to SYNC ( connect and transfer data to and from your
computer) your Palm Z22 and to connect to a CHARGER, for example, your
computer USB port, or a wall charger, or a car 12 Volt adapter, that has a
standard USB plug on it, is called a "MINI" USB, and was at dollar stores for
$1 US until recently, and has been replaced with the new "MICRO". You can
find the "old" "MINI" at 'VALU' or "Thrift" type stores, again, very inexpensively.
Online, there are "Z22" cables for $30 U.S. or more, which, in
reality, are the obsolete, old, standard, "MINI" USB cables. With FREE SHIPPING, you
should be able to get a new one for a few Dollars, at most!



BELOW: Free shipping worldwide for about $1 --- this seems realistic !



Do not be fooled into thinking that the Z22 has a "SPECIAL"
 "HIGH PRICED" USB!

As I stated, some very large Corporations must be DUMPING the Z22
since there are huge amounts of these flooding the market right now.

BELOW: 30 Z22's for $1100.00 !



BELOW : 100 Z22's for $2500.00 !



BELOW: 29 Z22's for $400.00



MAINTAINING A Z22

So the FRIST thing to do, is to get a COVER over the screen so that
absolutely nothing touches the screen except YOU, when you use the
plastic stylus to access data on the Touch Screen.

You "CAN" now send away the Z22 to service repair centers for both
the touch screen and the battery:



ABOVE: Both the battery or the Touch screen can be replaced by a mail
to Service, for $25. Add in the cost of SHIPPING, and the weeks or
months of time taken for the process. No data "should" be lost during this
process, since a HARD RESET is not necessary (but you cannot
guarantee some idiot at the shop will NOT do a HARD Reset, and destroy
all the valuable files! The people at the shop also have complete access 
to all the data on the Z22, including all the software applications that you
paid for over the years...)

You can replace the battery yourself, if you have a few tools, and can
cut and solder two wires. (See "twist" method above, if you can't solder.)
You can replace the Touch Screen yourself if you have some
screwdrivers - there is no soldering, just a snap clip over the ribbon
cable. On the web, such as Youtube.com, are videos that
show the steps to remove the cover, and put in a new battery, and to
replace the screen. I would recommend that you watch a couple
of videos before you try to take it apart, for any reason.

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that for these old units, you leave it on the
charger 24/7 -- If it is always being charged, it never cycles a slow decay
to "DEAD", requiring a complete charge from Zero, (with added possibility
of the random BLACK SCREEN of Death ). The electronics on the
Z22 constantly monitor the battery, and keep it charged. It will last twice as
long if the battery is always topped up and ready for use, rather than letting
it die. Over the years, I find that ALL electronics, including Cell Phones
last longer, using this method...( ignore obsolete mantras for old Ni-Cad
[ Nickle-Cadmium] batteries to never leave on the charger, and always
run to dead! I know supposedly hi-tech people who still follow these
"RULES",-- for batteries that no longer exist!)

To TEST whether the touch screen is in good shape, you use the
NOTEPAD function on the main screen.



Once in NOTEPAD, you simply draw patterns on the screen, and see if the
dots, lines, and patterns are accurately shown on the screen - The DOTS
should be DOTS - a failing screen will draw a LINE shooting out from the
DOT, where ever the screen is bad. If circles, dots, and triangles can be
drawn on the screen reasonably accurately, you are fine...



( NOTE ABOVE that you can actually SEE the individual dots of the
low-resolution 160 dots by 160 dots on the screen! )
If you are carrying the Z22 with you, in a purse, pocket, briefcase, etc.,
it is important to either have a piece of plastic over the screen, or a HARD 
CASE, or a protector piece of plastic in the CAMERA POUCH used,
etc. Since I made a home-made cover over the screen, I realized that the
ON button was being pressed, and put a piece of plastic over it to prevent
running the battery down ( and the BLACK SCREEN of DEATH )..



ABOVE: the stylus easily can press the ON switch, but the soft camera case
I use cannot press the button down.. I realized later that a single sheet of
plastic inside the case would protect BOTH the screen and the button, and
I will do this on my SPARE Z22 unit, after it is modified. You can see the
gooey hot melt glue on the seam of the top and bottom halves of the case
around the sides in the photo above. On the last ( and I hope, final )
assembly, I used hard, clear, 5 minute epoxy.


TAKING THE Z22 APART for Self Repairs

The Z22 only has 2 tiny (annoying) TORX screws under the USB and IR
cover on the top END. The bottom half and the top half merely SNAP
apart, once the two screws are removed.

First, use a sharp blade of a knife, typically I use a pocket knife, to pry
off the dark plastic cover over the USB port. It pops out -straight out.



ABOVE: the cover over the USB port is popped out, and the two TORX
screws are shown. (note that the photo above shows both residual crazy glue,
and hot-melt glue on the edges.) You can now get tiny TORX drivers at places like
Radio Shack ( in Canada 'the SOURCE") , electronic stores, or online.
If I am stuck, I just go to the dollar store and get a big set of small screwdrivers
with a large variety of SLOT ( straight blade ) screwdrivers. A torx has six
sides, or, 3 sets of SLOTS, and usually a small slot will jam in one of the
3 sets of slots, enough to take out a few screws. I will even FILE a slot down
to fit. Note that there are two tiny brass square nuts in slots -do not loose!
Once the screws are removed , you use a sharp object to pry apart
snaps every inch or so around the case Top and Bottom halves. Be careful
since the SCREEN is sitting along the edge - just snap the plastic without
pushing the tool ( screwdriver, knife blade, piece of plastic, etc. ) too far
into the case!.. I often use a sharp knife to make an opening, and then use an
old CREDIT CARD, to slide around the edge of plastic devices, to minimize
marking the plastic edges. Some replacement battery and screen kits ship a
plastic pry tool and the star (philips) screwdriver and the Torx screwdriver.

Once the top and bottom are apart, there will be 2 tiny wires from the
circuit board, screwed to the white half, going to the speaker on the bottom.
I cut these, and add in a few inches of longer wire, to make working
with the unit easier...
    There is also a piece of SHIELDING - aluminum and black plastic,
that is held on one side with double sided scotch tape. I cut a slit in the
hole where the wires go through, so that I can take the halves apart
more easily - the slit I cut is almost irrelevant to the shielding - 2nd photo
below...



Note ABOVE: On the white plastic frame, are two brass, square, high precision
        machined NUTS, just sitting in slots (Framed with BLUE ). The USB end plate
         cover has two TORX screws that bolt into these. When you take apart the
          Z22, you are probably best to remove the two brass nuts and put them in
          in a safe place until you put it back together- otherwise, they can drop out
          randomly... The design engineers at PALM, in adding these precision parts,
          demonstrated their dedication to quality and "solid" construction.  

Below: The black/Silver Shield shows the cut I put in it to allow me to move it
out of the way. Also, the 7 Buttons on the front have all the snap discs put here
out of the way, since I do not want the buttons to work (see Security, below )



Once the Circuit Board screws, 4, in each corner are removed, you can fold open
the two halves.



You might notice that the long RED and BLACK wires to the battery are
replaced with LONGER ones, since the photo is about the 10th time
I took apart the unit, and the short wires ( red and black ) are very short.
If you replace the battery, and have soldering tools, I would recommend
simply putting in longer wires! (See note above about twisting battery
wires together if putting in a new battery.)

NOTE: If you glue a huge battery on the back like I did, you must drill a
hole through the case to connect the Black wire ( - Negative ) and the
Red wire (+ Positive, +3.7 nominal Volts) to the battery. If the battery
has 3 contacts, or 4 Contacts, usually ignore the center ones, and wire
to the outer contacts, usually clearly marked + and - .
(( New NOTE: I just got a New Android Cell Phone, and in years of
working with cell phone batteries, was surprised to find that the + and -,
(Positive and Negative contacts) were NOT the outside 2 of the Four
contacts. In recent years, this has been typically "standard"...



I would therefore advise carefully reading the battery for raised
or etched + and - marks, or the label for the + and -, and, if these are
NOT marked, then using a meter to find the highest value of the + and -
between any two contacts. A quick test might be to take a new LED
from a key chain LED light, or something similar, and testing to see
which 2 contacts give the brightest light. It could be faster and cheaper
[ Dollar Store] than going out and getting an electrical meter! ))




ABOVE, a typical modern LED from a key chain LED ( Light Emitting Diode )
 light can easily take TWO of the 3 Volt button batteries for power, or 6 VOLTS.
So the 3.7 to 4 Volts of a typical Cell Phone Battery, are well within the limits --
just do not light the LED too long, since the CURRENT, or AMPS, ( ability to
maintain FULL Voltage ) of the Cell phone battery is HUGE, and there is no
tiny safety RESISTOR in the circuit to protect the LED from getting too hot!



Also note the white and black extention wires on the buzzer.



The next step is to remove the RIBBON CABLES to the Display screen
and the touch SENSOR. This is easy, since they have SNAP on covers
that swing open, to release the ribbons.
BELOW: the two ribbon cables, with closed, brown covers.



BELOW: The Ribbon Cable Covers opened



BELOW: The Ribbon Cables removed from connector housings.



BELOW: I have the sections of the Z22 separated and the OLD touch screen
sitting beside the new touch screen, shipped from Hong Kong for $9



BELOW: The screen parts, separated, ready to install new screen.




To put the unit back together, just reverse the steps, - put the 4 screws back
in the circuit board, snap the top and bottom together, put in the two Torx
screws in the USB area, (note that there are two square, brass, hi-precision
nuts in slots, and the two torx screw into these ) and snap in the USB hole cover.


SECURITY ADDITIONS


Obviously, having a "LIVE" USB which can connect and download
to any computer, is NOT a great IDEA... if you do not want your data
taken off the unit. There IS a password on the Z22, but it assumes that
someone does not do RESETS, or other tricks. There is a DOCKING
station with protocols in the Z22, for a MODEM, typically 56K, that
can be used, and the Infra-Red transmitter/receiver to get data. I do not
doubt that there are hidden back-doors, and "SERVICE" codes and
procedures as well. I personally, considering the highly skilled and
determined hackers that I have encountered, am not satisfied with
one password as the only safeguard on any device.*

So, here is my solution for the "NEXT STEP".
In the menu on the Z22 itself, is the setup for the MODEM 
Communications. Under Preferences/ Communications/
CONNECTION is a list, typically PalmModem -- Cradle/Cable
-- IR to a PC/Handheld -- CUSTOM. I use CUSTOM and the settings
Connect to: > Modem -- Via: > Cradle/Cable -- Dialling: > TouchTone
Volume:> High DETAILS: Speed:> 57,600 bps -- Country:> Singapore
-- Flow Ctl:> On Init String:> AT& ( + a long string of garbage like
QV145,atrwt,bx34m, etc. )

The above non-sense is done to make communications highly unlikely,
since much of the information is WRONG, and difficult to "GUESS"

There is a technique which puts a pulse signal over the POWER LINES,
that can immitate USB signals, or Radio signals like Bluetooth, NFC,
RFID, Wi-Fi, Telephone MODEM, or Infra-Red pulses, etc. The device
that is used can also READ stray EMF ( ElectroMagnetic Frequncies )
I have picked up devices from recycling in OTTAWA, that were obviously
hand assembled, and designed to prevent "TEMPEST" situations,
(I guess by Ambassadors and foreign workers ) whereby photocopyer/
fax/ computer/ and other electronic devices emit buzzing stray signals
over the 100 / 220 Volt power wires, or radiate them into the air.
These signals can be de-coded, easily, and the data that is being
copied/ sent/ received/ used, is clearly readable. One device I got, has
a Cannon Photo reader, a Panasonic circuitboard, an Epson motor
assembly, etc. and is encased in solid metal plates, each with a screw
every inch around the perimeter. This is so that none of the signals
produced are "identical" to a known 0ff-the-shelf device, and no stray
"radio" signals can escape the machine... You can buy Voice Intercoms



that inject your voice over 110 Volt Wall plugs, from room to room, and
you can get INTERNET wall plug boxes that inject INTERNET  onto



the 110 Volt wiring in your home, so that you do not have to run
wiring from computer to computer. The electronic hacking devices use
exactly the same technology. Note that if someone down the street has
the same Internet or Intercom box, they can get your internet and hear
your conversations as well - no "hack" involved - they just plug it in...
(All houses on the same 'pole transformer', are directly connected...)



In Britain, they actually SEND internet over the high-voltage electrical
wires, instead of cable or telephone, in various areas, since the wires
already go from little village to village, and no new cables have to be
installed.

In any event, since the Z22 'IS' an off-the-shelf device, the signals
to TURN ON the device, and work the buttons, can be transmitted
through house wiring, and total control of the device can be easily
and quickly obtained. Any buttons pressed, and data going into
or out of the device can be easily and quickly READ as well, both
by stray RADIO waves transmitted, and by signals creating "noise'
through the +5 Volt USB cable, backwards to the 110/220 volt lines.
I collected electronic components to make a device to Prevent any
signals from leaving or entering the Z22, but thieves stole all the
parts before I could put it together... (duh)...
   There is a device ( the plans are online to build one), that uses the
light shining out of any device, like a Computer monitor, cell phone,
PDA ( Personal Digital Assistant ie. Z22 ), to decode the LED line
and column flash of dot-lights on the screen, to re-produce the display.
The human eye is incredibly slow, so that even though an LCD
(Liquid Crystal Display) type of display only lights up ONE dot on
the screen at a time, it is turning them on in ROWS, and COLUMNS,
faster than the human eye can see, so that "we" see the entire screen
as a whole unit. Electronic light sensors can see the dot-at-a-time.
Someone across the street with a light sensitive device can read
everything on just about ANY screen, even though they cannot see
the screen itself, since the light from the screen flashes the strobe
patterns all through the room... Great stuff. (see DefCon)
(At night in particular, you can "SEE" a cell phone screen, a Tablet
display, a computer screen, an iPod, a game consol screen, etc.,
from ANY loction that has direct line-of-sight to any window!
For example, anyone in an office building across the street that can
see into any office, can "read" everything on a computer, that is in that
office, - as well as what is on a tablet, or even a Cell Phone...)
So the modem is set to the HIGHEST speed possible, with garbage
"handshakes", so that hi-jacking the modem is unlikely.
This still leaves the USB direct cable link to hack, and the IR
( Infra Red ) transmitter/ Receiver to easily hack.
Before I assembled the unit, I cut the wire traces on both. The
entire row of wires on the IR Transmit/Recieve are cut, and the
two CENTER wires on the USB are cut. The 4 USB wires
are +5V power, - Data, + Data, - ( 0 Volt) Power Ground.
Cutting the two center wires cuts the DATA wires, and leaves
the + 5 Volt Power, and - (0 volt) Power Ground to CHARGE
the Z22, which is all I want in the first place.



If you have ever played NINTENDO, or ADAM, or INTELLIVISIVION,
ATARI or many other games, you are aware that there are many SECRET
button codes often built into consumer devices. UP UP DOWN LEFT LEFT
pressed on the buttons may active a hidden menu or feature, and only a few
people would know to press this sequence. Even the Z22 already has one
published 'hidden' code - hold the "UP" front button while pressing the back
RESET button accesses the WARM RESET, which resets the machine
to a running state. HOLDING the POWER and RESET, would result in
a HARD reset, deleting all personal User DATA, returning the Z22 back
to "As Shipped", "Factory Settings"...
Obviously, if hackers get physical access to my Z22, I do not want all my
data erased. So I removed the round pop button over the back RESET
BUTTON, and removed the round pop discs over all the front buttons,
except for the ON button. In the photo above, you can see that I stuck
the round silver pop disc on top of the microprocessor chip... It is only
of value to me if I rip the entire machine apart, and dig it out.



ABOVE: you can see all 7 front buttons have no round, shiny 'snap' disks on them,
so they are dissabled. This has the added benefit, that carrying the Z22 in a
soft case will NOT allow the buttons to be pressed, so the LED that lights up
the screen will NOT turn on randomly, draining the battery... The ON button,
on the edge of the circuitboard, has the shiny pop disk in place, held with the
original sticky tape. ( I glued a protective piece of plastic over the outer case
plastic PUSH button, so that only the stylus can reach the button.)

BELOW: The Buttons on the front case have ON SCREEN Buttons as well
so that you can still access most of the features. Some games and programs may
require the "UP" "DOWN" "LEFT" "RIGHT" etc. - do not dissable any buttons
until you test all the software you use for buttons. If there is a required button,
you should leave it in place (hopefully, it is not used for resets!). If this happened
to me, I would put the needed buttons in SERIES with a hidden magnetic switch,
or just add a hidden switch by itself, if the need was infrequent. There are
dozens of methods to get around the problem, and these are up to the individual.
Since these are 'hidden' 'security' modifications, I will leave it up to the reader to
invent their own "MODS"...



    At this point , there is only the ON button, and the touch screen, to access  
any information on the Z22.

However, if you read the article 'Vancouver Thieves', linked above, you
find that many people have access to tools that can remove chips, and
read chips. So the next step is to make the task of removing a chip,
or using a "Mexican Hat" clip to access the pins of a chip, or to using a
"J-TAG" circuit board reader to read the data on a chip, etc. VERY 
Difficult to do. This is achieved by putting a layer
of 5 minute quick drying EPOXY on all parts of the Circuit board. Then,
adding another thin layer of HOT MELT GLUE. Both can be removed,
but together, it is difficult, messy, time-consuming, and can damage the
chips. You put on the layers of glue AFTER you have finished all the other
security measures, and tested the full operation of the device. These
GLUE methods have been used for years in the automotive industry, etc.
A typical new device that has the contents glued solid with epoxy, is the
BOEING "BLACK" security Cell Phone, which claims that if you try to
take it apart, it "Self-Destructs".    BOEING_BLACK.pdf



Then, The FINAL security measure, is to GLUE the case parts together.
Here, I first use Crazy Glue, then a layer of 5 Minute Binary Epoxy, inside
and outside the seams of the parts. It can be taken apart, but is messy and
difficult, and can damage the screen and the circuit board etc,. which
defeats the whole purpose in taking it apart...
BELOW: Epoxy can be seen on the sides of the Z22



Lastly, instead of using black electrical tape to secure the top lid,
I used 5 Minute EPOXY to glue VELCRO fasteners, and a woven
material like seatbelt cloth, as a hinge. Very nice. The black Electrical
tape oozes glue, and eventually deteriorates, while the fabric/Velcro
has been completely functional.
   BELOW: The Z22 with Velcro and the tube of 5 minute Epoxy



BELOW: The Z22 open and ready for use. Built like a TANK,
but solid and reliable.



( NOTE ABOVE:, the scratchy dirty looking screen is actually a
piece of shipping plastic protector that I quickly put on top of the
new screen, until I could get a proper screen protector )

WHAT ELSE ?

What Else is needed, What Else can you do with a Z22?
Looking around, you can find that the Z22 still has some unique
attributes that are still used...

BELOW: A 'new' Drivers Licence, ID/ Scanner using a Z22
for only $1000.00 U.S. !



Note that while the unit may be "new" in the box, the battery would likely be the
original, which is rapidly dying from age, over the last decade...

Also, to "USE" a Z22 in the standard way, you need to use a standard
cord with a USB "MINI" on one end, and the old, large, original rectangular
computer USB plug on the other end. This allows you to SYNC, to
read or write data back and forth to the computer. These are available in
Computer and Electronic stores, and online. To do this you also
need software on the computer to talk to the Z22.
    However, the Z22 was compatible to Windows 95, and Windows
versions like ME, 2000, XP that followed shortly thereafter, and "NOW"
Windows VISTA, Windows 7, and Windows 8 are being used.
Many of the "NEW, IN PACKAGE" Z22's you get, have software
that will NOT work at all with the new Operating Systems, so really
be wary of getting " ORIGINAL" disks from the internet.

BELOW: A clip of a user comment from 7 years ago - the situation
is even worse today !



The Hewlett Packard website has (at the moment that I type this ) updated
software for Windows XP, and I loaded it, and it worked fine. Newer
Windows operating systems, made since PALM shut down, are harder
to work with... Most of the available software is designed for the newer
higher-end PALM PDA's, that had more features.

Many of the ONLINE web searches were by people wondering HOW TO
get data from their Z22 to a computer in a format that they could use, or that
the "new" computer could recognize. There is, online, a web site that solves
many problems, PALM2CSV.com



The website, palm2CSV.com should help a lot of people get
valuable data off a dying Z22..
The Downside to this, is that the web site has a COPY of all the data
they translate for you... Hmmm...

Anyone with a dead or dying Z22 who wants a reliable, tested
replacement, can go to DR PALM on line a get a re-conditioned,
tested, unit with a new battery and a new touch screen, - the two
weak points on an any used Z22. Dr Palm also has parts and
accessories.



Above, a tested Z22 with new screen and battery, is $85 from Dr Palm, online.
When they say "BETTER" than new in the box, this is very true, since a "New
battery" in the box is dying from sitting around for over a decade!

Another Company ACEECA, has software to work with 64 Bit Windows
machines, which are NOT supported by PALM software...



The ACEECA software may help answer many questions from people
trying to get data saved from old Z22's onto new 64 BIT Computers...
LINK TO ACEECA SOFTWARE:
http://aceeca.com/index.php?option=com_maqmahelpdesk&Itemid=5&id_workgroup=1&task=downloads_product&id=6


SEARCHING for answers online has resulted in some
more interesting information...


DBFIXIT
I am very happy with my z22. But now I have a big problem. The synchronising
of the date book doesn't work. I received the message "synchronizing date book
2 of 12 completed" Alone the agenda doesn't work. A new palm installation on
my pc had no results.
Posted by puck180 on Dec 03, 2010

Hammid Disu
821 Answers
Moderator
Hello,all you need to do is to install a program on the palm z22 handheld
called DBFIXIT. It's free on cnet.
http://download.cnet.com/DbFixIt/3000-2094_4-190540.html
will identify the errors - wants $12.95 to fix, but... you can at least
see the error
When you run it, THEN TRY TO SYNCHRONIZE YOUR DATEBOOK
AGAIN, it may not fix the errors (at least the free version will not), but it will
tell you what the errors are. If you look at the errors, it will give the dates of
the record. I used this on a palm and it worked, I had some old calendar
entries that had been corrupted.
---I deleted them ---
and then the synchronization worked just fine. I hope this helps.
take care.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010

Tips & Warnings

Until you get used to synchronization, always back up or write down
important information before syncing, since changes from the Palm Pilot
can overwrite changes in Outlook, and vice versa.

Always spot check after every sync, even if you have not had any
problems before. One bad synchronization can cause a lot of valuable
entries to disappear.

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SOFT RESET
DOUBLE SOFT RESET
WARM RESET
HARD RESET
EXTENDED HARD RESET

       LORETO LACARON
2071 Answers
Moderator
    Try to take the battery first and leave it for 3 hours and put it back
again, and try to check if the screen respond in tapping if still not
working then do some reset procedure...

Soft Reset

    A soft reset tells your handheld to stop what it's doing and start
over again. All records and entries stored in your handheld are retained
with a soft reset. After a soft reset, the Welcome screen appears,
followed by the General Preferences screen.

Use the reset tip tool (see below), or the tip of an unfolded paper clip
(or similar object without a sharp tip), to gently press the reset button
inside the hole on the back panel of your palm handheld.

Reset Tip Tool: On most PalmOS handhelds, the stylus that comes
with your handheld has a reset tip inside. To use it, unscrew the barrel
from the stylus quill.

Double-Soft Reset

If your device doesn't seem to want to power up after a soft reset, and
you've checked the other obvious solutions (fresh batteries, power
button, contrast wheel, contrast button) you may want to try the
'Double-Soft Reset'. Simply perform a soft reset as directed above,
but press the reset button twice in quick succession.


Warm Reset

A warm reset bypasses any system extensions (such as HackMaster
hacks, OS patches, Alarm settings, etc) that are loaded on your
handheld. Sometimes a damaged third-party application will try to
respond to a reset but will fail and cause the handheld to 'hang'.
Using a warm reset, you can start the handheld, then delete the
damaged application before it has a chance to try to run again.
After deleting the application, follow with a soft reset to start up
the handheld normally.

To perform a warm reset:

Press and hold the upper half of the scroll button on your handheld.
Using the reset tip tool (or a similar object without a sharp tip),
gently press the reset button inside the hole on the back panel of
your handheld. When the Palm Computing Platform logo appears
on the screen, release the scroll button.


If you're not sure which application is damaged, you can use a tool
like ResetEmu in conjunction with a warm reset to help pinpoint the
offending application.

Hard Reset

With a hard reset, all records and entries stored in your handheld are
erased, except for the default or specimen databases predefined by
the manufacturer (but see Extended Hard Reset below). Formats
Preferences and other settings are restored to their factory default
settings. You can restore any data previously synchronized with your
computer during the next HotSync operation. If you're running OS 3.1
or earlier, and you're not using a third-party backup utility like
BackupBuddy, you may need to reinstall your third-party applications.

Never perform a hard reset unless a soft or
warm reset does not solve your problem
.

To perform a hard reset:

Hold down the power button on the front panel of the handheld.
While holding down the power button, use the reset tip tool
(or similar object without a sharp tip), to gently press the reset
button inside the hole on the back panel of your handheld.
Release the reset button.
When the logo screen appears on the screen, release the power
button. When the message appears on the handheld screen warning
that you are about to erase all the data stored on your handheld,
press the upper half of the scroll button on the front panel of the
handheld to complete the hard reset and display the Digitizer screen.

Pressing any other button instead of the upper half of the scroll button
will perform a soft reset.

Extended Hard Reset

An Extended Hard Reset will completely erase your handheld, and
will also bypass the creation of some default databases.

This differs from a normal hard reset, which will automatically
create the databases for the built-in applications, and will
insert some specimen records into those databases: numbers
for Accessories and Technical Support will be created in your
Address database, a registration reminder will be created in
your ToDo database, and several helpful memos will be
created in your Memo database.

In addition, a normal hard reset will also create a Network
database with some default Network profiles for your Network
panel in Prefs, and a file of several default MIDI alarm sounds
will be created.

If you have the Notepad application, a normal hard reset
ensures a sample note will appear on your NotePad, and
if you have the Mail application, an email message from
'Mail Help' will be automatically inserted in your handheld Inbox.

An Extended Hard Reset will ensure that all of these startup
files are not created.

If you decide to perform an Extended Hard Reset and install
one or more third-party applications that expect to see the built-in
databases present, you may encounter an error. For this reason,
it's suggested that after an Extended Hard Reset, you run each of
the built-in applications (Datebook, Address, ToDo, Memo, and
if installed, NotePad and Mail) at least once to ensure empty
built-in databases are created.

After an Extended Hard Reset, you will not be able to select
alternate alarm sounds for Datebook alarms, but the default
alarm sound will still be heard for appointments with alarms set.

To perform an Extended Hard Reset:

Hold down the power button on the front panel of the handheld.
While holding down the power button, use the reset tip tool (or
similar object without a sharp tip), to gently press the reset button
inside the hole on the back panel of your handheld.
Release the reset button.
When the logo screen appears on the screen, release the power
button. When the message appears on the handheld screen
warning that you are about to erase all the data stored on your
handheld, press and hold the upper half of the scroll button on
the front panel of the handheld. While still holding down the scroll
button, press, in any order, the Datebook button, the Address
button, the ToDo button, and the Note/Memo button.
Release the scroll button, to to complete the hard reset and
display the Digitizer screen.

Pressing some but not all the buttons while holding the scroll
key will result in a normal soft reset. Pressing no buttons while
holding the scroll key will result in a normal hard reset.

Hope this may help;

Regards,
VOTIT

Posted on Oct 06, 2008


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LINK TO ACEECA SOFTWARE:

http://aceeca.com/index.php?option=com_maqmahelpdesk&Itemid=5&id_workgroup=1&task=downloads_product&id=6


LINK to discussion of linking Z22 to WINDOWS 64 bit machines,
like windows 8:

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-windows_install/sync-palm-z22-with-windows-8/d18cd2e9-2961-496c-a439-f2c9c62eebd2


William DeLeno replied

Hi to all those in a knot over Windows 8.1's compatibility
issues with Palm Syncing--

I thought I was almost at the end of my rope (as well as my days
using a PDA) when I stumbled across this fairly simple solution,
cobbled together from bits and pieces I'd read on many forums
and countless articles on the subject over more than the full day I
spent working on this. Sheesh!

I should say at the outset that I'm using a Palm Z22 and Palm
Desktop 6.2.2 from Aceeca on a Toshiba laptop running
Windows 8.1, and was trying to sync through a USB cable. The
device and software synced fine on my old computer. What I
describe below is how I got the sync to work on the new computer.
So, when I mention deleting a folder, of course I'm not talking about
a folder on my old machine containing good, valuable data! (This is
ridiculously obvious for most people, but I know there are a few
reading this who aren't all that computer savvy, or who may be up
at 4:00 AM trying to figure this out and might be a little groggy, so
obvious I'll continue to be, or so I hope, for safety's sake.)
Careful with that ax, Eugene!

Mine was a three-part problem. At first, I was unable to get
anything going at all with a sync after installing the Desktop software
on my new computer. (My old machine ran on XP.) This initial issue
was caused by the driver which comes with the Desktop software,
which was created for 32 bit computers. Windows 8.1, as most of
you probably know, is 64 bit. So, the first step, is to get a replacement
driver and install it yourself. If you go through the normal process of
having Windows search the internet for an updated driver-- and I'll
explain this further later-- it'll come up with nothing. That's because
Palm (actually, its successor company) has stopped caring about us
old-timers still stuck on our ancient PDAs, and have not developed
an updated driver for Win 8. Luckily for us, someone else has. You
can get it here. It's a zip file, so unpack it and place the unpacked
folder on your desktop, so as not to confuse it with the zip file later.

As I said, I'm working with Palm Desktop software from Access,
version 6.2.2, which I believe is the most current version. It's not hard
to find.

So now, with your Palm device turned on and plugged into your
computer, type the Windows button+w to get a search window into
which you'll type "device manager." Click to open it the device
manager app. You should see your device listed under "Aceeca"
or possibly under "Palm." If not, try a sync. When it fails, your
device will then be seen with a tiny yellow triangle beside its icon.
Right click on it and choose "properties," then the "driver" tab.
Click on "Update Driver," then choose the option "browse my
computer for driver software" ('cuz, as I said earlier, if you have
Windows search the web it'll come up empty-- this is a 3rd party
driver, approved by neither Microsoft nor its distributor for this
purpose. It's strictly a use-at-your-own-risk deal.) Now choose
the folder on your desktop (or wherever you put/left it) with the
driver you unzipped, and choose to proceed. You should see a
message that you were successful. Close out the device mgr.

After installing the new driver (and re-booting? I can't remember),
I was able to get a sync started, but it always stalled out on the
first component it tried to sync-- the Date Book (or, "Calendar",
as my PDA calls it). It was hanging on the third step of its process,
displaying the message "2 of 12 completed" under the progress bar.
I eventually figured out a partial solution: Open your Desktop
software (I had to kill it, as well as the hot sync mgr, through Task
Manager each time it hung up) if its not already opened. Click the
circular blue and red hot sync mgr icon near the top. (BTW, the user
name on your PDA has to match the one you typed when prompted
during the Desktop install process. If it doesn't, uninstall the software,
and delete the Palm OS Desktop folder, along with sub-folders,
then re-install, typing your user name exactly as it appears on your
palm. You should match the case [lower/upper], too.) Click on
"applications" over on the left, then un-check Date Book. For all
the checked items, I like to make sure I'm not syncing on my first
try on a new machine, but rather having the Palm override the Desktop.
This my not be strictly necessary, but it's what I do to ensure that the
blankness on the Desktop doesn't replace the data on my handheld.
To do this, click on each item in the list, then click "configure."
Choose "handheld overrides desktop"-- assuming, of course, that
your handheld is up-to-date. If not, first sync on your old machine,
if that's still an option. Once each item's configured, and the Date
Book is un-checked, try another sync. For me, this worked!
Everything but the Date Book data was transferred over to
the computer. I was almost home.

From here on, assuming you met with the same success I did, you'll
want to go back into hot sync mgr and configure the applications
the opposite way-- with the Date Book checked and configured
"handheld overrides desktop" and the others un-checked-- since
you'll be working on just that conduit at this point.

What worked for me was to "purge all events" older than one week
on the handheld (open Calendar, go to day view, click top bar,
then the "record" menu at top), then manually deleting the rest, after
first writing down on paper anything I wanted to add later. This
was easy for me, as I have no social life! For most people, though,
this might be burdensome, and I've read some solution involving
deleting data on the new computer and transferring folders over
from the old one. Egads! I didn't want to get into that and, as I said,
I only had a handful of events to write down. In any case, all past
and future events should be deleted from your PDA. And as long
as you can still access the desktop software on your old machine,
you wouldn't actually have to write anything down, would you?

So, that was the third part of the fix. With my PDA empty of
Calendar (Date Book) events, I synced once more-- syncing only
the Date Book, as I said-- and voila! Everything was groovy
again in Palmville. All my handheld data was now on my new
computer.

All that remained was to normalize subsequent syncs by going
back into hot sync mgr and checking all applications, configuring
each to "sync" this time rather than to have the handheld override.
It seemed to hang up when creating the backup folder, but after
a couple of minutes the entire process completed and I had my
first fully successful sync on my new computer! Yes!

Good luck to all. I hope I saved a person or two from a lot
of heartache and all the hours I put into finding this solution.

USER REPLY  This is awesome!!! It worked like a charm on
my new Win 8.1. Thanks so much!!!




VIRTUALBOX





Since there are no "native", straight-forward ways to connect your Z22 to any
"NEW" computer, leaving 2 ways to quickly and easily get your data "SYNC"'d to
a computer -
1/ get an older computer, like a Windows XP unit, or
 2/ run Windows XP on your New-and-improved Windows VISTA,
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, etc. computer. Someone online
has reported that they can run WINDOWS XP on their Windows 7
computer, and , in the VIRTUAL XP, can easily connect with the correct
"old" software, that always worked in the first place...
I have not tried this, but it seems quite plausible...
( if someone tries this and it works, let me know - robindustygraves@gmail.com )

(from the web)

No driver for Z22 compatible with Windows 7
I just bought a new laptop with Windows 7 and installed a 2007 copy of
Outlook Express so that I could sync my Palm Z22 with the Outlook Calander.
I cannot find a driver for my Z22 for Windows 7.
Posted by dlong7712 on Jul 05, 2010
moatsad
The best solution I have found so far is to install Virtualbox (from Oracle - its free)
install a guest Windows XP on it , install Palm desktop , then and set the Palm
Handlheld USB to auto recognize and you will have full usb access to your palm !!!

driver link on oracle is:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/virtualbox/downloads/index.html
101 MegaBytes download

CompanionLink

Another solution I just discovered, is a software program called CompanionLink
that, when you press the link for PALM Operating Systems, states simply "ALL".
I do not SYNC any information from my Z22 at all, and therefore have not tried
this software with my Z22, and I have not found a USER  comment that specifically
verifies that the software works with a Z22.



If anyone downloads and succeeds data transfer on a Palm Z22 with
CompanionLink, please let me know at: robindustygraves@gmail.com ,
and I will add the comment here.

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LINUX

Some users will be using various forms of LINUX, and I fould a thread
that explains some of the difficulties in configuring LINUX to link to a Z22.
     I tested some of the main links to software programs needed, and as
of February, 2015, the links were VALID.

The page with the "HOW TO" on the process, is found at:

howto-pages.org/palm_z22



In the detailed description of the set-up process, the author mentions 2
needed software pages, both currently valid,

pilot-link.org



and
jpilot.org



Since I am not using LINUX to SYNC or transfer data to or from my Z22, I
have not tested any of the software.
     If anyone tries to connect their Z22 using the methods shown above in LINUX
and succeeds, please drop me an email on the user-friendly rating, at

robindustygraves@gmail.com

good luck!


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HACKER/ EXPERIMENTERS have created PALM ORB:



PalmOrb is software that allows you to use your PalmOS device as a LCD status display for
your computer! You can display system stats (such as: CPU load graphs, CPU temperatures,
free disk space), news alerts, stock indexes, WinAmp graphs, etc. PalmOrb works by pretending
to be (or emulating) a real LCD; a Matrix Orbital LK204-25 LCD. So you can use existing software
that expects a Matrix Orbital display! Here are a few LCD driving programs:

Linux: LCDproc - free. [LCDproc v0.4.5 has a number of minor bugs; see FAQ. ]
Linux: LCD4Linux - free.
Windows: LCD smartie - free. v5.2 is buggy; v5.1 seems ok. [v5.3* is great].
Windows: LCDC - shareware but it's very good.
[others are listed on the links page]
[Or write your own it's really easy to send commands, and as a bonus your software will also be able
to drive most Matrix Orbital displays!].

So, if you've got a PalmOS PDA laying around gathering dust, then make good use of it!
If you haven't, then these devices can be obtained very cheaply (often for less than a real LCD display
- ok it's not as sexy as the real thing but maybe a good stepping stone towards the real thing) - try e
bay
or look for reconditioned palms in electrical stores. [I got mine reconditioned for £20 from ebuyer!]

PalmOrb is FREE and published under the GNU General Public License (GPL), so the source code
is also available.

[Any device running palmOS 2.0 or above should work, such as: Handspring Visor, IBM WorkPad,
Sony CLIE, some Symbol devices. Tell me if it doesn't!]
Features:

Free - published under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Supports PalmOS 2.0 and above.
Fairly complete emulation of a Matrix Orbital LK204-25 LCD (with a 4x20 display).
25 Keys (sent to host). Graffiti also supported.
Color support.
Serial (RS232) support - fully configurable.
(experimental) USB support. A LCD Smartie 5.3+ build is required for USB support on Windows.
BlueTooth (Serial Port Profile), and InfraRed (IrCOMM) support.
Visual display of 6 General Propose Outputs (GPOs).
Visual display of 8 Custom defined characters.
Full built-in help.
Very configurable.
Backlight support.
Palm's Auto switch-off disabled as long as data is received, and battery level isn't too low.
Great for debugging software that drives Matrix Orbital displays!
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And they have created LCD SMARTIE


Main Info
LCD Smartie is software for Windows that you can use to show lots of different types of
information on your LCD/VFD. It supports LCD/VFD's with a Hitachi HD44780 Controller,
a Matrix Orbital Serial/USB LCD, Crystalfontz Serial/USB LCD, Seetron Serial LCD/VFD,
IRTrans driven VFDs, SoundGraph iMON VFDs, Futaba VFDs, Pertelian LCDs,
VL System L.I.S VFDs, IEE Inc. VFDs,

and PalmOS devices (when used with PalmOrb).
It can display: Everest stats, Speedfan stats, MBM stats (your CPU temp, fan/cooler speed, etc),
BBC World News (or any other RSS feed!), WinAmp stats (currently playing tracks title, length,
position, etc), Network stats (speed, total bytes, etc), CPU Speed, Disk available/free,
memory usage, Email details, game stats, and many more...
This great program is absolutely free to download

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If you go eBAY or AMAZON, there are people who copy the original
Advertising from the Z22 packaging. Glowing terms extole the wonders
of the Z22 in hyped advertising jargon - bright, easy to use- powerful - etc.
NOW, decades later, you might want a bit of truth in advertising...

THE Z22 HAS:

NO internet plug (8 Pin RJ-45 Telephone connector)

NO fax/modem plug ( 4 pin RJ-11 Telephone connector)


NO Wi-Fi ( Internet over the air - "Wireless")

NO NFC (Near Field Communication)

NO RFID ( Radio Frequency ID )


NO Bluetooth ( IBM standard wireless short range)

NO Audio Out port

NO MEMORY Card slot

NO Built In Camera

NO Cellular ( Rogers/ATT GSM, Bell CDMA, etc. )

NO MP3 / SOUND upload / Download (Just goes BEEP )

NO Microphone input


VERY low Resolution Screen ( 160 x 160 dots! )

NOT very bright screen

ALL factory shipped batteries are dying ... beware - EVEN a
"NEW"- in package- unit has a battery that is about to die...


USED touch screens are all wearing out ... beware

Advertised HUGE selection of downloadable games, software
and news feeds, etc., is GONE... the websites are all shut down...


SYNCing with new VISTA, Windows 7, Windows 8 etc., is difficult -
it may be easier to find an old Windows XP computer just to get
data tranfered...





Good Luck to everyone who is trying to USE, Recover data, Maintain , or
revive a Z22.

robin dusty graves
























* My Thanks to Sir Winston Churchhill for "up with which, I shall
      not put "


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REGISTRANT     NAME    :           
                           robin dusty graves        

REGISTRANT      EMAIL   :       
rockin.robin.dusty.graves@gmail.com

REGISTRANT   PHONE    :          
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                   1 (780) -807 -0217

REGISTRANT   ADDRESS  :      
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                Ontario, Canada, K2A 1H3

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ASSOCIATED WEB SITES:





robindustygraves.com


robindusty.com


robin-dusty-graves.com


dustygraves.com


gravitationalresearch.com


kidbots.com


HELWYCHZ.com


PSYCHOMOBZ.com


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Because illegal hackers have decided to spam the name
" robin dusty graves" or " robindustygraves "
I have decided to use the same tactics that they use, and load
my REAL web pages with the key search words that would be used
by search engines such as Bing, Yahoo, Google, etc.

As it now stands, searches are re-directed illegally and maliciously by
spammers, who create thousands of fake web pages, that Microsoft's;
BING.com, for example, found and displayed for many months after
the last set of 'new and improved' registrations of new illegal, malicious
spam web sites, each with " robindustygraves.html " included,
- while at the same time, BING, in a search, refused to find
DUSTYGRAVES.COM or ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM  when
searching for 'robindustygraves' ! ! ! Go figure.
( This demonstrates that the spammer/hackers clearly understand the
algorithms used by Google, Yahoo, Bing, Yandex, etc., and tailor the
fake web pages to achieve high placements on the search engines.
Google and Bing have changed their algorithms, while Yandex always
used a different algorithm, and seemed to achieve higher valid results
on the first search pages. However, the hacker/spammers are always
very close behind in developing better spam . . . )
 The fake web pages re-direct to pornography, PAY-PER-CLICK websites,
that the spammers get paid a fraction of a penny for each person who
accidentally clicks on them, pages selling illegal prescription drugs
without prescriptions needed, and to pages where the SERVER is deliberately
set up to spam with POP UPS that state things like " MICROSOFT
WINDOWS ANTI-VIRUS HAS DETECTED A VIRUS - CLICK HERE
to continue Scanning, and Remove the VIRUS" - If you click on ANYTHING,
--the little "X" in the top corner to close, the box on the bottom that
states "CLOSE", -- any action besides CTRL-ALT-DELETE ( to bring up
the Windows Task Manager, to CLOSE your Browser entirely! ) it will
download a virus that generates a continual barrage of fake VIRUS
warning alerts, that demand Visa and Mastercard to remove- If you are
foolish enough to actually GIVE your Visa or Mastercard, the information
is used to make illegal purchases, AND the virus is NOT removed!
 Many fake web  re-directions take you to a page that appears to
"LOAD" for a long time with an hour glass or "now loading" ICON, but,
while that is happening, your IP address, your specific geo-loacation,
your specific information on YOUR computer, etc. is being gathered,
and by the time the fake web page actually loads, often with a FAKE web
"SEARCH PAGE" ( Pay-per-click), your computer is already compromised,
and is subject to further hacking from that point onwards... This SNOOPER
software was developed and is used by gaming companies like Electronic
ARTS, to completely analyse a "Customer's" computer when they log into
an online game. It looks at every possible scrap of information on the
computer, such as the video card used, the mouse, the CPU chip serial
number, and all software, etc. If the "customer" changes a mouse or any
part, the software can BAN the player, claiming that the game is being
illegally copied on "some other" computer... Now, of course, the
technology is used by hacker/spammers to snoop all computers that
accidentally are diverted to illegal, malicious, fake, web pages. The
computer is then put on a LIST of computers marked for further hacking.
The software also looks for all OPEN or UNLOCKED communication
channels ( ports ) that can be attacked... great stuff.

THUS, Here are typical "REAL" SEARCH
RESULTS FOR " robindustygraves"
:


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http://www.fuelly.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8767




EFIE SIMPLE CHEAP PART ONE YOUTUBE Demonstration
of my EFIE in use
YOUTUBE_EFIE_PART_1
ADJUSTING THE OXYGEN SENSOR ON A CAR FOR 
BURNING HHO (WATER) INSTEAD OF GAS

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N02-8XM0G2Q


 
EFIE SIMPLE CHEAP  PART TWO  YOUTUBE  PARTS
and DIAGRAMS of my efie
ADJUSTING THE OXYGEN SENSOR ON A CAR FOR 
BURNING HHO (WATER) INSTEAD OF GAS

YOUTUBE_EFIE_PART_2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4C9WIhtETho



ELEMENT GOVERNMENTIUM A NEW discovery of the
biggest Element (Gv) ever found

ELEMENT_GOVERNMENTIUM
http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/VARIOUS/GV.html



BIRD_BRAINZ A look at HUMAN eye sight and COLOURS
and Dinosaurs and GIRLS

BIRD_BRAINZ
http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/BIRD_BRAINZ.html



MAYAN_WRITING Why are there only 4 partial written BOOKS
from over 70 MILLION Mayans?

MAYAN_WRITING
http://kidbots.com/MATH/codex.html



GRAVITATIONAL RESEARCH .COM
The ORIGIN of the EARTH, of MANKIND, and EVERYTHING
GRAVITATIONAL_RESEARCH
http://www.gravitationalresearch.com/



ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM A Web Site created JUST to
re-direct some of the Illegal, Malicious, Spam TRAFFIC

ROBIN_DUSTY_GRAVES.COM
ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM


KIDBOTS.COM Using old IBM PC 286 - 386 type computers as
ROBOT CONTROLLERS free for kids

KIDBOTS.COM
KIDBOTS.COM


OBAMA SUPER STAR VIDEO
OBAMA_SUPERSTAR_VIDEO
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl3K4rnCzs4



HYDROGEN FUEL IN YOUR CAR ( water ) instead of gasoline
HYDROGEN_FUEL
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/HYDROGEN_FUEL.html



INVENTIONS I have made
INVENTIONS
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/INVENTIONS.html



POWER BAR - A useable power bar for charging 18 items
POWER_BAR
kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/POWER_BAR.html



LAB  A typical research lab for Engine Parts
LAB
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/lab.html



DUSTYGRAVES.COM A Web Site Created to re-direct some
of the Illegal, Malicious, SPAM

DUSTYGRAVES.COM
http://dustygraves.com/



HUNTING DINOSAURS AT TIMMIES Tim Hortons Website, -
my photos constantly HACKED by Spammers !

HUNTING_DINOSAURS_AT_TIMMIES
http://www.everycup.ca/profile/5025720



IS THERE SUCH A THING AS A SIMPLE EFIE?

My SOLUTION to over-complicated, over-expensive OXYGEN 
SENSOR ADJUSTERS !

SIMPLE_EFIE
http://www.fuelly.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8767



PERMANENT, FIXED, FIREWORKS DISPLAY
PERMANENT_FIREWORKS
http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS.html



ATI SMBus COMPUTER CHIP DRIVER the missing ATI SMBus
driver that thousands of people look for

ATI_SMBUS
http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=1373714



COFFEE - all about different COFFEE MAKERS and Products I use
COFFEE
http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/COFFEE/COFFEE.html



OVERHEATING PROBLEMS WITH A TYPICAL LAPTOP
repair ANSWERS.YAHOO.COM
LAPTOP_REPAIR
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101206171958AAelVQt



When the Books of the Bible were Chosen
BOOKS_OF_BIBLE
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_picks_how_books_in_bible


My Blackberry 9300 Review on CRACKBERRY.COM
BLACKBERRY_9300_REVIEW
http://crackberry.com/blackberry-curve-3g-review


My Blackberry 9300 Review on my KIDBOTS.COM website
BLACKBERRY_9300_KIDBOTS
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/BLACKBERRY_9300_REVIEW/BB_9300_REVIEW.html


THE ORIGINS OF MAN ( HUMANS ) ON EARTH
ORIGIN_OF_MANKIND
http:/
/kidbots.com/WEBADD/VARIOUS/MICHAEL_TELLINGER/MICHAEL_TELLINGER.html


THE ORIGINS OF CHRISTIANITY
ORIGIN_OF_CHRISTIANITY
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/VARIOUS/MARYAM/MARYAM.html


1965_WIND_UP_GEIGER_COUNTER
65_WIND_UP_GIEGER
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/WALTER_J_WOYTOWICH.html




DND_KEY_LOCK A look at typical HOME security and
some solutions

DND_KEY_LOCK
http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/DND_KEY_LOCK/DND_KEY_LOCK.html



MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING AND INTERFACING THE
PALM PILOT Z22

PALM PILOT Z22 MAINTENANCE and INTERFACE

http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/Z22_PALM_PILOT/Z22_PALM_PILOT.html



_________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
 

DUSTYGRAVES

Dusty Graves

dustygraves.com

dustygraves.com

DUSTYGRAVES.COM

(( robin dusty graves ))

(( ROBIN DUSTY GRAVES ))

(( robindustygraves ))

(( ROBINDUSTYGRAVES ))

(( robindustygraves.com ))

robindustygraves.com

 (( robin dusty ))

(( ROBIN DUSTY ))

(( robindusty.com ))

((ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM ))


(( robin - dusty - graves ))

(( ROBIN - DUSTY - GRAVES ))

(( robin-dusty-graves.com ))

(( robin@dustygraves.com ))

(( ROBIN@DUSTYGRAVES.COM ))

(( kidbots.com ))

 kidbots.com

 (( KIDBOTS.COM ))

(( ROBINDUSTYGRAVES@KIDBOTS.COM ))

(( robindustygraves@kidbots.com ))

(( GRAVITATIONALRESEARCH ))

(( GRAVITATIONAL RESEARCH ))

(( gravitationalresearch ))

(( gravitational research ))

(( GRAVITATIONALRESEARCH.COM ))

(( gravitationalresearch.com ))

 gravitationalresearch.com

 

 ___________________________________________________

Real Science is a fascinating subject, unlike the
decades of what was typically taught in schools that
I endured, that tries to KILL every shred of imagination,
of hope, of possibility, and instead, fills the time
with memorizations of WHAT CAN NOT BE DONE!

Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light...

Nothing can get colder than absolute zero.

Matter can neither be created nor destroyed... etc etc.

( All wrong! search Richard Feynman, for a lecture on this! )

There are always a handful of educators, scattered
here and there, who are interested and therefore

interesting, and who keep mankind from falling back
into the Dark AGES !


With the String theory, and new discoveries of the
last few years, we are on the brink of an entirely
new era - and I can't wait to see what happens next!
This is a wondrous and magical time, with the
doors of science wide open again - and the view is
breathtaking!
( see gravitationalresearch.com about this topic )



**Clarke's Three Laws are three "laws" of prediction
formulated by the British writer 
               Arthur C. Clarke.      They are:


1/ When a distinguished but elderly scientist states
that something is possible, he is almost certainly right.
When he states that something is impossible,
he is very probably wrong.


2/ The only way of discovering the limits of the possible
is to venture a little way past them  into the impossible
.


3/ Any sufficiently advanced technology is
indistinguishable from magic.


(thanks to wikipedia)



have fun

Robin Dusty Graves


( Life, is an experiment, please don't destroy the Lab!
-- robindustygraves -- )



 

 

 

________________________________
 

Burning WATER (H2O) (H,H,O) (Di-Hydrogen Mon-Oxide)
instead of gasoline in your car:

kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/HYDROGEN_FUEL.html


kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/HYDROGEN_FUEL.html

 

 

Remote Control "MUTE" button for BIRDS
         (Every Female must read! ) :

kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/BIRD_BRAINZ.html



 kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/BIRD_BRAINZ.html



A growing number of INVENTIONS I have developed over
the years:

kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/INVENTIONS.html


kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/INVENTIONS.html




An Invention of PERMANENT, FIXED, Fireworks, turned
on with a flick of a switch, every night!:

kidbots.com/WEBADD/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS.html



kidbots.com/WEBADD/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS.html

 



How to take an Obsolete old computer, like an 8088,
8086, 80186, 80188, 80286, 80386 etc, and old discarded
electronics, to build a FREE, home -made robot and controller:

kidbots.com



KIDBOTS.COM


___________________________________________________________________________



So far, this winter, I am NOT far enough South... Just as
the weather got warm, and the roads were dry, we got a
huge snowfall, that lasted days! After shoveling snow for
a few hours I built a 7- foot snowman, that says it all!



http://www.theweathernetwork.com/uk/photos/view/786/7-foot-snowman/18405068

___________________________________________________

ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM

ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM

ROBIN DUSTY GRAVES

 

robin dusty graves
robindustygraves

robin dusty

robindusty.com

ROBIN-DUSTY-GRAVES

robin-dusty-graves.com

ROBIN DUSTY GRAVES
ROBINDUSTYGRAVES
ROBINDUSTYGRAVES .COM
robindustygraves.com
dustygraves.com
robin@dustygraves.com
DUSTYGRAVES.COM
ROBIN@DUSTYGRAVES.COM

gravitational research
GRAVITATIONAL RESEARCH
gravitationalresearch.com
GRAVITATIONALRESEARCH.COM

KID BOTS

kid bots
kidbots.com
KIDBOTS.COM
robindustygraves@kidbots.com
ROBINDUSTYGRAVES@KIDBOTS.COM
___________________________________________________ ____

REGISTRANT         :            robin dusty graves

REGISTRANT EMAIL :      robindustygraves@gmail.com

REGISTRANT ADDRESS:  2222-4 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2A 1H3

REGISTRANT PHONE:       1- (780) -807- 0127
___________________________________________________ ____

ASSOCIATED WEB SITES:

robindustygraves.com

robindusty.com

robin-dusty-graves.com

dustygraves.com

gravitationalresearch.com

kidbots.com

HELWYCHZ.com

PSYCHOMOBZ.com

QUEBEQUISTAN.com

" robin dusty graves"
 " robindustygraves "

***       *******     ******     ******     ******     ******     ****** ***** *** ** ****

***       *******     ******     ******     ******     ******     ****** ***** *** ** ****

Because illegal hackers have decided to spam the name

******       *******     ******     ******     ******     ******     ****** ***** *** ** ****

" robin dusty graves"
or " robindustygraves "

******      *******    *******    ******    ******    ******   ******    *****  ******


I have decided to use the same tactics that they use, and load my REAL web pages
with the key search words that would be used by search engines such as
Bing, Yahoo, Google, etc.

As it now stands, searches are re-directed illegally and maliciously by spammers,
who create thousands of fake web pages, that Microsoft's; BING.com, for
example, found and displayed - while at the same time, BING, for about 4 months,
refused to find DUSTYGRAVES.COM or ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM  when
searching for 'robindustygraves' ! ! ! Go figure. (Bing has changed their algorithm,

but the initial success of the hacker's scam, indicates that they understand

the internet extremely well!)


 The fake web pages re-direct to pornography, PAY-PER-CLICK websites, that
the spammers get paid a fraction of a penny for each person who accidentally clicks on them,
and to pages where the SERVER is deliberately set up to spam with random POP UPS that
state things like " MICROSOFT WINDOWS ANTI-VIRUS HAS DETECTED A VIRUS -
CLICK HERE to continue Scanning, and Remove the VIRUS" - If you click on ANYTHING,
--the little "X" in the top corner to close, the box on the bottom that states "CLOSE", --
any action besides CTRL-ALT-DELETE ( to bring up the Windows Task Manager, to
CLOSE your Browser entirely! ) it will download a virus that generates a continual barrage of
fake VIRUS warning alerts, that demand Visa and Mastercard to remove- If you are foolish
enough to actually GIVE your Visa or Mastercard, the information is used to make illegal
purchases, AND the virus is NOT removed!
 Many fake web  re-directions take you to a page that appears to "LOAD" for a long time
with an hour glass or "now loading" ICON, but, while that is happening, your IP address,
your specific geo-location, your specific information on YOUR computer, etc. is being
gathered, and by the time the fake web page actually loads, often with a FAKE web
"SEARCH PAGE" ( Pay-per-click), your computer is already compromised, and is
subject to further hacking from that point onwards...

THUS, Here are typical "REAL" SEARCH RESULTS FOR " robindustygraves" :

 

 


EFIE SIMPLE CHEAP PART ONE YOUTUBE
Demonstration of my EFIE in use
YOUTUBE_EFIE_PART_1
ADJUSTING THE OXYGEN SENSOR ON A CAR 
FOR BURNING HHO (WATER)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N02-8XM0G2Q





EFIE SIMPLE CHEAP  PART TWO  YOUTUBE  PARTS
and DIAGRAMS of my efie
ADJUSTING THE OXYGEN SENSOR ON A CAR FOR 
BURNING HHO (WATER)

YOUTUBE_EFIE_PART_2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4C9WIhtETho



ELEMENT GOVERNMENTIUM
A NEW discovery of the biggest Element (Gv) ever found
ELEMENT_GOVERNMENTIUM
http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/VARIOUS/GV.html




BIRD_BRAINZ
A look at HUMAN eye sight and COLOURS and Dinosaurs and GIRLS
BIRD_BRAINZ

http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/BIRD_BRAINZ.html



MAYAN_WRITING
Why are there only 4 partial written BOOKS from over
70 MILLION Mayans?

MAYAN_WRITING
http://kidbots.com/MATH/codex.html



GRAVITATIONAL RESEARCH .COM
The ORIGIN of the EARTH, of MANKIND, and EVERYTHING
(sounds like Douglas Adams!)

GRAVITATIONAL_RESEARCH

http://www.gravitationalresearch.com/



ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM
A Web Site created JUST to re-direct some of the Illegal,
Malicious, Spam TRAFFIC

ROBIN_DUSTY_GRAVES.COM
ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM


KIDBOTS.COM . . .Using old IBM PC 286 - 386 type computers as
ROBOT CONTROLLERS free for kids

KIDBOTS.COM
KIDBOTS.COM


OBAMA SUPER STAR VIDEO
OBAMA_SUPERSTAR_VIDEO
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl3K4rnCzs4



HYDROGEN FUEL IN YOUR CAR ( water ) instead of gasoline
HYDROGEN_FUEL

http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/HYDROGEN_FUEL.html



INVENTIONS I have made
INVENTIONS
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/INVENTIONS.html



POWER BAR - A useable power bar for charging 18 items
POWER_BAR
kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/POWER_BAR.html



LAB  A typical research lab for Engine Parts
LAB
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/lab.html



DUSTYGRAVES.COM
Web Site Created to re-direct some of the Illegal, Malicious, SPAM
DUSTYGRAVES.COM
http://dustygraves.com/



HUNTING DINOSAURS AT TIMMIES . . . Tim Hortons Website, -
my photos (constantly
HACKED by Spammers ! )
HUNTING_DINOSAURS_AT_TIMMIES

http://www.everycup.ca/profile/5025720


IS THERE SUCH A THING AS A SIMPLE EFIE?
My SOLUTION to over-complicated, over-expensive
OXYGEN SENSOR ADJUSTERS !

SIMPLE_EFIE

http://www.fuelly.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8767



PERMANENT, FIXED, FIREWORKS DISPLAY
PERMANENT_FIREWORKS
http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS/
VANCOUVER_LIGHTS.html



ATI SMBus COMPUTER CHIP DRIVER
the missing ATI SMBus driver that thousands of
people look for

ATI_SMBUS
http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=1373714



COFFEE - all about different COFFEE MAKERS and Products I use
COFFEE
http://www.kidbots.com/WEBADD/COFFEE/COFFEE.html



OVERHEATING PROBLEMS WITH A TYPICAL LAPTOP repair
ANSWERS.YAHOO.COM
LAPTOP_REPAIR
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101206171958AAelVQt



When the Books of the Bible were Chosen
BOOKS_OF_BIBLE
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_picks_how_books_in_bible



My Blackberry 9300 Review on CRACKBERRY.COM
BLACKBERRY_9300_REVIEW
http://crackberry.com/blackberry-curve-3g-review


My Blackberry 9300 Review on my KIDBOTS.COM website
BLACKBERRY_9300_KIDBOTS
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/BLACKBERRY_9300_REVIEW/
BB_9300_REVIEW.html


THE ORIGINS OF MAN ( HUMANS ) ON EARTH
ORIGIN_OF_MANKIND
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/VARIOUS/MICHAEL_TELLINGER/
MICHAEL_TELLINGER.html


THE ORIGINS OF CHRISTIANITY
ORIGIN_OF_CHRISTIANITY
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/VARIOUS/MARYAM/MARYAM.html



1965_WIND_UP_GEIGER_COUNTER
65_WIND_UP_GIEGER
http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/WALTER_J_WOYTOWICH.html







 ______________________________________________________________________

DUSTY GRAVES

Dusty Graves

dustygraves.com

dustygraves.com

DUSTYGRAVES.COM

(( robin dusty graves ))

(( ROBIN DUSTY GRAVES ))

(( robindustygraves ))

(( ROBINDUSTYGRAVES ))

(( robindustygraves.com ))

robindustygraves.com

 

(( ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM ))

(( robin@dustygraves.com ))

(( ROBIN@DUSTYGRAVES.COM ))

(( kidbots.com ))

  kidbots.com

 

(( KIDBOTS.COM ))

(( ROBINDUSTYGRAVES@KIDBOTS.COM ))

(( robindustygraves@kidbots.com ))

(( GRAVITATIONALRESEARCH ))

(( GRAVITATIONAL RESEARCH ))

(( gravitationalresearch ))

(( gravitational research ))

(( GRAVITATIONALRESEARCH.COM ))

(( gravitationalresearch.com ))

(( gravitational research dot com ))

  gravitationalresearch.com

________________________________

Burning WATER (H2O) (H,H,O) (Di-Hydrogen Mon-Oxide)

instead of gasoline in your car:

kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/HYDROGEN_FUEL.html


kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/HYDROGEN_FUEL.html
 

Remote Control "MUTE" button for BIRDS (Every Female must read! ) :

kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/BIRD_BRAINZ.html


  kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/BIRD_BRAINZ.html

A growing number of INVENTIONS I have developed over the years:

kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/INVENTIONS.html


kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/INVENTIONS.html

An Invention of PERMANENT, FIXED, Fireworks, turned on with a flick of a switch, every night!:

kidbots.com/WEBADD/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS.html



  kidbots.com/WEBADD/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS/VANCOUVER_LIGHTS.html

How to take an Obsolete old computer, like an 8088, 8086, 80186, 80188, 80286, 80386 etc,

and old discarded electronics, to build a FREE, home -made robot and controller:

kidbots.com



KIDBOTS.COM

 ___________________________________________________________________________


.

So far, this winter, I am NOT far enough South... Just as the weather got warm,
and the roads were dry, we got a huge snowfall, that lasted days! After shoveling
snow for a few hours I built a 7- foot snowman, that says it all!

updated a teeny bit, around MARCH  28th 2013

Spammers, over the last couple of years, have decided to SPAM the web name, " robindustygraves"

with literally thousands of fake web sites and fake web pages...
ROBINDUSTYGRAVES.COM is created just to prevent the SPAMMERS from registering it, and
causing more problems.
I will update the Hackers and spammers illegal activities here, and make suggestions to others, on
how to deal with malicious, illegal, fraudulent, deliberate spamming and fake use of a WEB name!

South Africa was just given a 'new' DOT COM , .ZA , and someone made 624 new, fake web pages
all containing " robindustygraves" ... Thankfully, the administration at " . ZA " immediately removed the
illegal activity, but, illegal web pages in India, Russia, Scottsdale Arizona, Denver Colorado, (name.com)
etc. still remain, and it will
be a while before these are removed. GOOGLE.COM even had an illegal page, served BEHIND its
own, internal, SECURE, HTTPS server! Large corporations like D-LINK had spammer pages in its
 "USER" comment pages, however, being a "real" corporate entity, they immediately removed all the illegal
and malicious pages from their website, when I contacted them.  Fake websites such a "mac user forum.com"
re-directed people to spam, pay-per-click, viruses, trojans, pop-ups, porn, etc. and each request
I made to delete pages with my name - resulted in MORE fake pages being made. ( Contacting
the deliberate  spammer merely VERIFIED that my information was valid, and hence they
capitalized on that valid presence to create MORE spam!)
I contacted APPLE.com, and 'THEY" shut down the fake website  immediately! (I wish
I had that kind of power! )




started September 1st 2012, just in time for the END OF THE WORLD, 2012, according to the
MAYAN CALENDAR


CLICK HERE .


http://kidbots.com/MATH/codex.html

robin dusty graves
robindustygraves.com
robindustygraves@kidbots.com
gravitationalresearch.com
dustygraves.com
robin@dustygraves.com


kidbots.com   -- how to use old 286, 386, etc. computers to make home made roBOTS and controllers for KIDs - free

kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/BIRD_BRAINZ.html  -- remote controls for birds - every FEMALE must read !

kidbots.com/WEBADD/INVENTIONS/INVENTIONS.html   -- a growing archive of inventions I have made over the years

kidbots.com/WEBADD/HYDROGEN_FUEL/HYDROGEN_FUEL.html -- burning WATER instead of gas in your car

updated October 3rd, 2K12


NEW UPDATE, DECEMBER 2012

BING.COM, Microsoft's search engine, returns hundreds of pages of illegal spam, when searching
for "robindustygraves"

One single web site, alone has hundreds of pages of deliberate spam:

ekewo.in/bingo-republika-srpska-6-kolo.html

ekewo.in/tema-ots-para-bb-9000.html

@@@@@@    It appears that "  ekewo.in   " is in INDIA

whois lookup for ekewo.in:

Domain ID:D6580310-AFIN
Domain Name:EKEWO.IN
Created On:27-Jun-2012 06:32:02 UTC
@@@@@@@ NOTE that this website was recently created in 2012 - deliberately to spam!@@@@@
Last Updated On:10-Sep-2012 08:23:08 UTC
Expiration Date:27-Jun-2013 06:32:02 UTC
Sponsoring Registrar:Directi Web Services Pvt. Ltd. (R118-AFIN)
Status:CLIENT TRANSFER PROHIBITED
Registrant ID:DI_22979796
Registrant Name:Marik
Registrant Organization:Ilcazavr
Registrant Street1:Gerzens 45-11
Registrant Street2:
Registrant Street3:
Registrant City:Odessa
Registrant State/Province:Chernihiv Oblast
Registrant Postal Code:90000
Registrant Country:UA
Registrant Phone:+050.654121114
Registrant Phone Ext.:
Registrant FAX:
Registrant FAX Ext.:
Registrant Email:  jikejhjsbdf@yahoo.com

Name Server:RIST347735.MARS.ORDERBOX-DNS.COM
Name Server:RIST347735.EARTH.ORDERBOX-DNS.COM
Name Server:RIST347735.VENUS.ORDERBOX-DNS.COM
Name Server:RIST347735.MERCURY.ORDERBOX-DNS.COM

@@@@@@    It appears that ekewo.in is in INDIA,
       but this is run from the UKRAINE, ( UA)

By typing in ORDERBOX-DNS.COM into whois.sc,
we get:

2 / who is lookup for mars orderbos dns com


OrderBox-Dns.com is for sale
The owner of the domain you are researching has it listed for sale
Buy OrderBox-Dns.com now >
Reverse Whois:
"OrderBox-DNS" owns about2 other domains
Email Search:
is associated with about 3 domains
Registrar History:
2 registrars
NS History:
4 changes on 5 unique name servers over 8 years.
Whois History:
1,385 records have been archived since 2004-07-26 .


Domain Name: ORDERBOX-DNS.COM

Registrant:
    OrderBox-DNS
    OrderBox-DNS        (abuse@orderbox-dns.com)
    P.O. Box 97
    All Postal Mails Rejected, visit Privacyprotect.org
    Moergestel
    null,5066 ZH
    NL
    Tel. +45.36946676

Creation Date: 02-Jul-2004 
Expiration Date: 02-Jul-2014

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 Domain name: AKAM.NET

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@@@@@@    It appears that ekewo.in is in INDIA
     but this is run from the UKRAINE,
     but it is run from Zuid-Holland Province, The Netherlands, HOLLAND
      but it is run from
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@@@@@@    It appears that ekewo.in is in INDIA
     but this is run from the UKRAINE,
     but it is run from Zuid-Holland Province, The Netherlands, HOLLAND
      but it is run from
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Headache pills made of rat poison
and Viagra made of chalk:
We reveal the chilling truth about
internet drugs

By Steve Boggan
Were there such a thing as a website with a bedside manner, it would surely
be www.uk-online-pharmacy.com.
With its crisp design and the photograph of six white-coated pharmacists smiling
out at you, there seems little doubt that this is the real thing. Respectable. Dependable.
Solid. And it seems so much more efficient than your regular pharmacist.

Here, you can get whatever you want without the hassle of going to your doctor
for a prescription. Need pills for diabetes, cancer or high blood pressure? No problem.
Want medication for those embarrassing ailments - impotence, hair loss, obesity?
Just punch in your credit card details.

So, what can be done about illegal online pharmacies?
Well, not much. It is not uncommon for the crooks who set them up to
be based in, say, Russia, to have their pills made in India and
packaged on the South Pacific island of Vanuatu.
The computer server that processes their business could be in the
U.S. and their bank in Panama.


Amy Pain, 22, was found dead in bed by her
father, the Archdeacon of Monmouth, the
Ven Richard Pain, at their vicarage home
in October
The site can even help if your tranquilliser of choice, say diazepam, is no longer prescribed by your doctor.

You can have 60 pills for $259 (£176). That's just $4.32 (£2.94) per tablet!
But hang on a minute.
Why is a site called uk-online-pharmacy charging in dollars, and why is there no address
or phone number listed? If you have the common sense to ask yourself these questions
before you use drugs from sites such as these, you might just be saving your life.
For this is a world of self-medication and fake drugs, a world where at best you may be
conned, and at worst you could end up dead.

According to the World Health Organisation, the trade in illegal and counterfeit drugs is
worth £18 billion a year - though some investigators believe the figure is much higher -
and it may be responsible for as many as half a million deaths worldwide.

And if you are foolish enough to buy online, the same organisation estimates your chances
of being sold fake medication at higher than 50-50.

Last year, enforcement authorities from 42 countries seized more than 11.1million
counterfeit tablets, capsules and vials - a 28.9 per cent increase over 2007.

In 2005, there were just 500,000 seizures for the whole of Europe.

The dangers of buying drugs online were highlighted last week during an inquest into
the death of 22-year-old Amy Pain, daughter of the Venerable Richard Pain, Archdeacon
of Monmouth.

Amy died following an apparent accidental
overdose of
online pharmaceuticals she had
been buying for insomnia, anxiety and
stomach aches




The Archdeacon found Amy dead in bed last October following an apparent accidental
overdose of online pharmaceuticals she had been buying for anxiety, stomach ache and insomnia.

During the inquest, the Gwent coroner David Bowen expressed concern over the ease
with which prescription-only drugs could be bought over the internet without a prescription
and said he would be contacting the relevant authorities to highlight the dangers.

In fact, the relevant authority in the UK, the Medicines And Healthcare Products Regulatory
Agency (MHRA), already knows about the dangers, but is drowning in a sea of internet
pharmaceutical fakery which it's almost powerless to stop, an organised crime wave that
carries lower prison sentences than narcotics trafficking but which is many times more lucrative.

'If you go to South America to buy a kilo of cocaine, it is likely to cost you thousands of pounds
even if you aren't killed before you manage to buy it,' said Jim Thompson, director of the UK
based campaign group European Alliance For Access To Safe Medicines (EAASM).

'But you can buy a kilo of sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra, for £35 and make 10,000 10mg
tablets that sell illegally for around £10 each over the internet. That's a profit of almost £100,000.
It's much more lucrative than class A drugs and the penalties for getting caught are much lower.'

(All of which helps explain the spam email advertisements for 'Viagra' with which most computers
are bombarded every day.)

In the UK, unlicensed individuals who trade in prescription medicines may be charged with
offences under the Medicines Act which carry a maximum of just two years in prison and/or an
unlimited fine.
The financial rewards for making a fake version
of Pfizer's Viagra, are much higher than
making class A drugs ( ILLEGAL NARCOTICS )

If, in turn, they are counterfeiting patented drugs, they face a maximum of ten years in prison
and an unlimited fine under the Trade Marks Act.
These penalties are much lower than for class A drug-trafficking. Last August, for example,
two men were sentenced to a total of 27 years at Nottingham Crown Court for money-l
aundering and trafficking in heroin, ecstasy and amphetamines.
The threat posed by fake drugs is serious.
Last year, a team led by Mr Thompson bought 36 batches of drugs online and found that
almost two-thirds were counterfeit or of dangerously poor quality. They included the asthma
drug Seretide, the high blood pressure pills Micardis and Coversyl, the schizophrenia
medication Zyprexa, and the Alzheimer's treatment Aricept.
There were also Viagra pills for erectile dysfunction, the anti-obesity drug Reductil, the
anti-ulcer medication Zoton and many others.
One delivery, for 16 Plavix heart pills (which were real), came wrapped in a copy of the
Mumbai Daily News. There were no patient instructions, but there were two free Viagra
pills (which turned out to be fake) and a letter thanking the buyer for their custom.
'If it wasn't so terrifying, it would be almost funny,' said Mr Thompson. 'Plavix is for people
who have recently had heart attacks, strokes or heart surgery. To take a Viagra pill would
probably kill them.'
The team also checked out 116 websites purporting to sell prescription drugs. Of those,
102 were prepared to sell without sight of a prescription.
This is illegal in the UK. There are genuine pharmaceutical websites such as Boots and Lloyds,
but you must mail them a prescription before they will send you your medication.
'Any site that offers prescription drugs without a prescription is dangerous,' said Mr Thompson.
'And so are the drugs that they sell. If you buy them, you're playing Russian roulette. The last pill
may not have killed you, but maybe the next one will.'
So, what are the consequences? First of all, fake drugs - obviously not all bought online - cause
huge numbers of deaths. Investigators report finding pills made from rat poison, cement,
floor polish, chalk, rice flour, lead paint and concentrations of real active ingredients
that are so low or so high as to be dangerous
.
The World Health Organisation estimates that as many as one-third of all drugs in developing
countries may be fake.

In China alone, up to 300,000 people a year are
thought to die because of substandard and fake
medication. It is also believed that a fifth of the one
million malaria deaths every year could be avoided
if patients had access to genuine pharmaceuticals -
rather than fakes.

In the West, deaths caused by internet fakes tend to come in ones and twos, not in the thousands.
Among those reported recently are a 58-year-old Canadian who died after taking fake
sleeping pills laced with strontium, arsenic, aluminium and uranium;
a man from Chicago
who almost died
after taking a fake Xanax tablet for anxiety which contained four times the normal amount of
active ingredients; and an American woman who died after taking counterfeit medication laced
with aluminium.
According to Archdeacon Pain, it is not thought any of his daughter Amy's medication contained
anything that it shouldn't have. He will not say exactly what pills she was taking, but he will say
what type; for anxiety and problems sleeping. She had suffered from anxiety for many years.
'Amy had had problems over a long period of time, but at the time of her death she was happy and
content,' he told me.
'In common with a lot of people who self-medicate, she was wise and intelligent and had done a lot
of research into her problems and the medication available, and I know she was buying medicines
that had been prescribed for her in the past.
'My wife, Julie, and I have reflected on this and our concern is that it is young and vulnerable
people who are likely to be attracted to buying medicine on the internet. And perhaps those
with mental health issues who feel the need to take control of their lives find that this is one such
way of taking control.'
Amy might have been one of the lucky ones to receive genuine medication, but Archdeacon
Pain says she was not getting prescriptions from a doctor and, therefore, her intake was not
being monitored.
He believed she was going to reputable websites - but if they were dispatching drugs to the UK
without prescriptions then, by definition, they were not operating legally.
'I would advise anyone against using websites that offer prescription medicines without a
prescription,' said Archdeacon Pain.
'We believe Amy's medication was genuine, but it would appear that many of them aren't.
Not only is that a cause for concern, but without seeing a GP you might be taking certain
combinations of medicines that could be dangerous.'
So, what can be done about illegal online pharmacies?
Well, not much. It is not uncommon for the crooks who set them up to
be based in, say, Russia, to have their pills made in India and
packaged on the South Pacific island of Vanuatu.
The computer server that processes their business could be in the
U.S. and their bank in Panama.

Since 1994, the Medicines And Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency has brought 11 successful
prosecutions in the UK against 18 individuals for involvement in the supply of counterfeit medicines.
A further three prosecutions involving six people have been brought by the Crown Prosecution
Service and there are six more prosecutions pending involving nine defendants.
But, in reality, most offenders are based overseas, so there is little the authorities here can do.
Steve Allen, a former detective sergeant with the National Crime Squad, is senior director of
global security at Pfizer, the world's biggest pharmaceuticals company and the manufacturer of
Viagra and the anti-cholesterol drug Lipitor, the two drugs most copied by criminals.
He said: 'We might find a website selling pharmaceuticals illegally and have it closed down
one day, but then it will just pop up with another name the day after.
'It is such a lucrative business that very organised criminals are involved whose activities go
largely unchecked. We advise customs authorities around the world on what to look for but, in
fairness, they spend most of their time looking for cocaine, heroin and ecstasy, or for signs of
people-smuggling or arms-dealing. They're not really on the lookout for people carrying cases of
fake medicines.'
All those I spoke to felt UK legislation was sufficient to deal with bogus drugs being sold here,
but British law does not extend to websites being run in Third World countries where there is little
or no regulation.
Instead, they believe the answer is to warn people to go nowhere near such sites, to have regard
for their money and their health.
'Many of these pills are made in dirty backstreet laboratories in places like China or Afghanistan,'
said David Pruce, director of policy at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. '
And some of the operations have been linked to organised crime and even terrorism. Some of the
websites might appear to be respectable, but if they are prepared to supply you with prescription
medicines without a consultation or a prescription, then they are operating illegally.
'If they were operating legally then they would have a bricks-and-mortar address, a telephone and
the name of at least one pharmacist whom you can call. If they don't - and they rarely do -
then you would be advised to have nothing to do with them.'

So, what of www.uk-online-pharmacy.com? In fact, it
is not based in the UK at all, but was registered on
September 22, 2006, by an organisation called
DomainsByProxy.com based in Scottsdale, Arizona.

When I called to ask who was behind the online pharmacy and where they were based, one of its
sales and support staff, Randi Caywood, said: 'DomainsByProxy is a means by which people can
withhold their information and it would be against the law for me to give you any details about that
account. 'Randi suggested I make a complaint on her company's website, which I tried to do,
explaining that it was illegal to provide prescription drugs in the UK without a prescription.
But the site told me that all the details I had entered, from my email address to my phone number,
were invalid, and refused to process my complaint.
I shouldn't really be surprised.
From start to finish, this is a pretty sick business - preying on people
willing to risk their health in the
hope of making themselves feel better, however illegal the methods




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