You can find Dino-Mite in the downloads section of the forum under classic pleo tools.
What is it? Dinosaur Monitor and Integrated Executables of course! Not that helps!
From the users guide:
Dino-MITE™ was created as a sort of bridge for the user wishing to dig into the lower level
functionality of Pleo™. Not to say that this program allows direct access to low level
functions, rather it gives the user a visual layout of what is potentially accessible through the
COMM port. (or USB in our case). Dino-MITE offers many of the same diagnostic functions used by the UGOBE™
development staff. These features make troubleshooting code, manipulating Pleo in ways
previously unintended, and shadowing resources (to name a few) more feasible to the user.
In other words in can give us some insight into a potential diagnosis of Tom’s problem!
For right now all we want is a skit that is in a folder inside of the Dino-mite download (we don’t even need to install the program, for now).
When you extract the zip folder of the download there will be a sub folder created called “static”
This folder contains two skits, one for version 1.0 Pleos and one for subsequent versions, and static.wav (a sound file that plays “Dino-mite, Static” when skit first starts.)
Copy both versions to an sd card and the static.wav file and start Tom with the sd card installed.
He should go to the park or packing position with all legs, neck and tail straight, and should remain in that position and should try to correct any displacement from neutral pose back to neutral. If he still slams head and tail around to one side it is not a software issue.
Let me know how this works!