I put this post over on Lucid Points, but figured some of you may also need this information. If you have a UT-41 USB GPS Receiver, you can get drivers for it at Prolific's web site. This is a USB to Serial driver that the UT-41 uses. Your mapping software or if you use NetStumbler to wardrive will have to be told which COM port it is installed to once you install the drivers.
This is a great site for finding travel values. For example, I searched for a flight from Fort Smith to New York, and it ranks the flights by price. If you look to the left, you can fine tune the results by departure/arrival times, airline, number of stops, and even alternative airports. Very cool.
On top of the organic results (these are the results returned in the middle of the page when you do a Google search), Google shows their "OneBox" results. These are results that they think you may be searching for an answer to a question, such as Charlie Daniels music or stock performance for companies such as Apple (type in the ticker symbol, such as AAPL).
Oh, I almost forgot, I also had another problem with my Dell Inspiron 640m after formatting the drive and installing Windows XP. It would not go into Standby mode using the keyboard, and after entering standby from closing the lid, it would not resume.
If you have an Dell Inspiron 640m or e1405, and the screen flickers off and on when you disconnect it from the AC power and it is running on battery, it seemsthat downloading an older Intel graphics driver, rather than the latest one from the Dell web site might fix the problem.