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I don't suppose anyone else would do this but just in case - I had just finished typing in a long comment when I thought I would check on a detail in one of the photos. I clicked on the photo - admired the enlarged version - then returned to find that the comments box had been cleared -duh. Sunday was very quiet but this mean it was possible to speak to MW without the usual Alton Towers like queue. It was also possible to get near the RComp stand where my brother was persuaded to buy a Centrino Cube. Highligh of the show for me was Castle fixing my Jessops 1G pen drive to work on the Iyonix. I had foolishly bought it without knowing if it was supported. It did not work - wanted a DISK2.0 inserted. Castle fixed this by popping it into an XP machine and renaming the drive as DISC20 - not the absence of the dot. It works a treat now.

 is a RISC OS UserJohnR on 23/5/05 4:15PM
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