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Just fitted a Mitsumi FA404M. Well pleased with myself. Thanks to Ian for the detailed instructions, they were spot on. The drive is USB 2.0, so I could be said to be "Future Proofed" ready for STD to upgrade my Unipod ;-). Different manufacturer and product IDs, but the other flags work OK. Interestingly, although it handles six types of card, it only shows two "drives" on the icon bar. One for each slot presumably, athough I have only CF cards, so could not try out other types.

 is a RISC OS UserProjjer on 3/12/04 8:10PM
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