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If there is an issue with some digital cameras the same problem might possibly affect other USB devices for which no such workround is possible. We need to get to the bottom of this problem.

As one of the first Iyonix owners I started when the machine was much rawer than what Martin descibes above, when things such as web browsing and printing were bug-ridden and unreliable, and there were stability issues. Iyonix has come a long way and this is largely due to the enthusiasm of the contributors to the support group and Castle's willingness to take on board the comments and do something about the issues raised. I can't imagine the likes of Microsoft doing that! It has been an exciting ride, and it isn't over yet!


 is a RISC OS Usermrtd on 21/7/04 9:23AM
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