Margi’s Presenter-to-Go was a very interesting add-on for Palm OS handhelds. It allowed these machines to output data to a monitor or beamer attached via an analog VGA port. However, the manufacturer gave up on the product some time ago…and the drivers are said to be incompatible with the LifeDrive.

Anyways, 1src user Caitoz reports a way that made the Presenter-to-Go work on his LifeDrive. Get the full scoop here:
http://www.1src.com/forums/showthread.php?t=128551

We don’t have access to a LiveDrive and thus couldn’t test this approach. If you manage to try it out, please let us know about your results!

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3 Responses to “Getting a Margi Presenter-to-Go to work on a Palm LifeDrive”

  1. Hi.

    I am just writting to let you know that when I posted the thread on 1src.com the first time, I didn´t realize that what made the presenter-to-go to work with the LD WASN´T the slot driver from the TX I uploaded BUT the fact that I had previously updated my LD to version 2.0

    So If you update your LD to version 2.0 and use the presenter-to-go driver 2.65 from margi.com you´re ready to go, no need for the slotdriver from the tx.

    LD 2.0 + Presenter to go for palm = great presentation at work/school

    Hope this helps.

  2. Anyone have access to the 2.65 driver from margi? the website is gone

  3. Hi Alex,
    thank you so much for talking back!

    I have to apologize, but I dont have it. If you find it, let me know so that I can upload!

    With best regards
    Tam Hanna

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