Online Clips of BMW

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Dishwashers, automobiles and other products are increasingly driven by software. But digits don't always do a better job. Where do you turn when your appliance's software goes south?

Online Clips of BMW Quirks

The following clips—all in Windows Media format—are from the www.bimmer.org Web site.

Roll over Beethoven (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/rollover%20beethoven.WMV)
Missing in Action (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/CD%20missing%20in%20action.WMV)
Where am I? (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/no%20map.WMV)
Crazy Trunk (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/745%20trunk.wmv)
Spitn' Key (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/key%20spit.wmv)
Lost Voice & Phone (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/no%20voice%20or%20phone.wmv)
Phone Dead (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/phone%20dead.wmv)
Metric Radio Options (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/metric%20radio%20edit.wmv)
Transmission (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/translip%20maybe.wmv)
Radio & Slip (http://www.h2go.org/745proof/radio%20and%20slip.wmv)

The following images also come from the bimmer.org site.
Dec 0 (second service on car) (http://www.h2go.org/trialhtml/02Dec02%20service.htm)
CD or FM photo (http://www.h2go.org/cd%20or%20fm.jpg) ("shows CD on right instead of FM stations...when turned car off, CD was playing...came back to find radio (FM 106.5) playing")

This article was originally published on 2003-01-16
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Based in Silicon Valley, Debbie was a founding member of Ziff Davis Media's Sm@rt Partner, where she developed investigative projects and wrote a column on start-ups. She has covered the high-tech industry since 1994 and has also worked for Minnesota Public Radio, covering state politics. She has written freelance op-ed pieces on public education for the San Jose Mercury News, and has also won several national awards for her work co-producing a documentary. She has a B.A. from Minnesota State University.

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