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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: N5DS - How do i use it?
1. If you don't already have a micro sd card or reader, then get one.
2. Go to homepage of N5DS (http://www.dsn5.com/EN-N5/n5-en.htm) set language to english on site, go to download, and then download update v 1.19 kernel(English) to desktop.
3. If you don't have winrar to extract rar files go get the english version at rarlabs.com and install it.
4. Extract the kernel for n5ds by right clicking it and click extract. Extract it to the desktop. open the folder until you see the folder with a bunch of files like .dat moonshell and stuff. then connect your micro sd reader to your computer and then put it in micro sd card. Once your computer installs it drag all those files into the micro sd card. Then when you turn it on it should work. What games were you talking about? like nintendogs and stuff? those are commercial roms and I cannot provide ayou a link to. Or was it homebrew games?
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
Your best bet for finding such information is on www.civicforums.com - it's an owner/enthusiast site that has a ton of technical know-how that is specific to the Civic. They have tech sections with step-by-step, photo-referenced procedures for a lot of work and I would not be surprised if they have information such as this. Also, pick up a Hayne's manual for your car (around $20 at a parts store) - their information is good and they have a lot of photos, plus all the torque specs you'll need. Just be sure to follow the instructions to the letter, especially when it comes to torquing down the cylinder head bolts - there's a specific pattern that you must follow.
It's definitely not a job for the faint of heart, but it can be done. You'll need a decent tool set (Sears has mechanic sets for around $100-150 that are more than enough, although you may find you need a specific specialty tool here or there that won't be included). You'll need a torque wrench as well - I got mine at Advance Auto Parts for $44 and it goes to 150 ft-lbs (more than enough for any bolt I've come across on a car). You also may find that a pair of steel ramps, to get the car's front end off the ground, are worth the $25 or so - it can save your back by bringing the engine up to you.
Remember though that when you remove the head, you have to remove the timing belt as well, and anytime you take a timing belt off, I'd highly recommend putting on a new belt and timing tensioner. If it's been awhile since the timing belt has been changed, or if you're approaching a 90k mile interval (90, 180, 270k, etc) you're due anyhow, so you should put in a new water pump, thermostat, and accessory belt(s) as well. There is a reason that the shops charge a lot - it's a lot of work, and if you are proactive with preventative maintenance (like doing the timing belt at the same time), it can cost even more.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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It sound like you've installed an application which promises to 'speed up your PC' some something of the like.
I would suggest purchasing Antivirus, or Antimalware software as soon as possible.
If you would rather not purchase this software, there are free alternatives available but they tend not to be as effective.
ESET Nod32 Antivirus
AVG Free Antivirus
After installing either of these, they should pick up your problem and fix it for you.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
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