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Q: You will learn as your investigations continue, that USB is not an exact science. I'm successfully using three USB devices here with my Iyonix, that I've not had working with !MassFS.

It's my view that if someone sells a RISC OS USB card, or a RISC OS system that purports to support USB, support and development should be free. After all, I've paid for the hardware!

It's good to see that Iyonix USB development is proceeding with this in mind - setting an example for other RISC OS USB developers.

dgs

 is a RISC OS Userdgs on 22/5/04 12:41AM
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