It has copies of the worksop manual and other manuals in pdf format. Considering there have been no notices and no effort to protect this literature, the likelihood that it has entered the public domain is even greater. Certainly not the case with the hardcopy for my ridding mower! They have manuals but the link I posted did not work. Also I can open up the individual pdf files without any problem. I've finally developed a technique for 'easily' converting George's wpd file into html for my Ttalk website. Rob Edwards Bruce, If you get that scanned I'd love to have a copy. I got an ipad for Christmas and frankly wish I had a netbook, as so many things won't run on it! Hint: Do not leave the manual on the floor when adjusting deck blade tension! It's the country of the intended market rather than the country of origin that matters.
He believes this information is all public domain at this point, although he points out he is not an expert, either. I'm looking for something that I can download onto my iPad and take it out to my garage. . Somehow people still put cars together with their brains and a manual. Rob Edwards Rob, At the risk of sounding like an idiot something I excell at. Brings back fond memories Gordon! I wish I hadn't tried to be helpful now, seemed a good idea at the time! For me, I am scanning all data that I want to keep with Photshop, so I can add and re-arrange my entries, and that's as far as I plan to go.
Frankly, I wonder whether there was ever a copyright on this material. I think there is an update from the company that made the wrapper to allow it to work on newer versions Windows. Google seems to do a good job of it with Google books, but then with Google's budget you'd expect them to do a good job! It became a monster file but the search function works well. We try for years to get rid of the perception that British Cars need a lot of fixing and you have to go and find that. So I eventually picked up the Leyland manual for the 1500, and was going to post a link to it. There are occasionally product updates that you simply need to skip altogether. Vista has got to be the worst operating system I have ever seen.
It lacks photographs but can be used in conjunction with the Haynes manual if required, which as you know does have basic photographs. Fortunately Win7 is all that we hoped it would be and more. I highly recommend that you save the book you want to your computer, then open it from there. I've got a Jaguar one, as well. I copied the files to an external hard drive. Even if it is a series of files by chapter, for example? I might be a hero in the T community, but within a few years, everything would be forgotten.
I found the Amazon page, with the manual listed on the first page, and quite obvious what it was, then some gremlin got into my computer and the wrong link appeared in my reply post. That's exactly what we are trying to achieve with the ttypes. Any idea if it would allow me to transfer a file to another computer iPad in this instance or whether you have to have the disc in the machine to read the file? Also, it's a history of your car ownership on your shop shelf. They did give me a link to the disk producer, and I'll try to contact them. Thanks guys Rylan R Williams Have you tried Haynes? I'm glad they didn't have the internet in the 60's.
I've never seen a notice in the original manuals or reprints, and even contemporary aftermarket manuals brazenly copied illustrations and verbage from the factory information. It would be refined and updated as needed and reflect the accumulated knowledge of the entire community. If you need a clean service manual just buy a second copy for you bookshelf! Despite starting this in 2009, had I persisted, I'd probably still be at it! Wiki sounds like a good idea to me but all that info is scattered around the world Ttalk, etc. When working on a project she saves everything every few minutes. Maybe someone's teenager could find a work-around for us? Best money you can spend on your project. I know just what you mean.
But seriously there is some thing about being able to hold the book in your hards. He also says he has been doing this for 10 years, so it seems that he would have been shut down by now if he were violating copyrights. Do with that knowledge whatever you'd like. The Live is active now. For manuals, look on e-bay, there are always lots of used ones there often at very reasonable prices. We do apologise for this inconvenience which, regrettably is beyond our control. If not, I can do this on a high resolution scanner and make it available in pdf.
Likely copywrited, but good to know before you bought one. I have no problem paying for one if need be. While I understand this technology at a macroscopic level, I don't know how to do it at present. I don't care who you are, that's damned funny! His hand-written notes of a restoration that was done by him in the 60's were inside. Fast and stable, what Vista should have been. I use the second bottom one on the first Midget page. The only thing on it not from scratch is the engine.
I have it on my iPad and it's handy. The manuals here are in the form of fairly large. You will need to install the free to read and print them. To tie this into the subject the Spridget Haynes Manual is 236 pages. Best money you can spend on your project. Craig, Must be something going on with your computer.
It does say works on Macs running Windows only however, but in. If you don't have one you can register for free on that page; if you've forgotten your details, you can reset your password on that page too. I'm almost 80 and can't see spending my few remaining years producing such a tome. I'm not sure if the files would be transferable to iPad in any case. Vista has to be, without a doubt, the worst system since Windows 95! BobbyG Bobby Galvez Bobby, I think that is the one that is for sale on eBay, as well. BobbyG Bobby Galvez Ok -- you've got something different than what I've got.