I have a retired ATM powered by a CE.net 4.2

February 21, 2011 at 17:48:13
Specs: Windows XP
I have a retired ATM powered by a CE.net 4.2 and I want to use as a console to surf the web for directions on Google or Mapquest at a small biz location. Problem is there is an APLoader bringing up the old app. Well not sure if its APL or the atm software. I am able to attach mouse and keyboard to PS/2. The keyboard has little function except to bring up the taskbar with the enter key but then again the active window hides everything except the taskbar. No other keys seem to do anything that I can see. I am able to click on start>run>settings>documents>programs etc.. but the windows are hidden behind the app which i think is the APLoader.
Any suggestions would be appreciated

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February 22, 2011 at 12:55:03
If you mean automated teller machine then I doubt you will have much luck with it. It is a single use device.

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February 22, 2011 at 15:40:13
Yes, it is an automated teller machine. The card reader in it is not worth replacing for the new chip. Was just trying to make use of the unit rather than throwing it away. Perhaps I can install a pc in it and just use the console. Thanks for your reply.

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