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I'll come off sounding like a Yorkshireman, but... I live in Australia, and my RiscPC has a hard disc (the boot drive, but no longer used for anything else) which just had its 10th birthday. Only one slice, and no cards (though I do have a UniPod to put in when I next go back to Base,) but I can't imagine a UK summer being enough to kill an old Conner if 10 Australian ones have failed to kill mine. Actually, I can't imagine a UK summer at all... :-)

P.S. I do live in a cooler part of Australia than most, so your mileage may vary, particularly if you Northerners decide to come to visit. Indeed, we prefer kilometres, so perhaps your kilometrage will vary.

 is a RISC OS Userarcher on 22/6/05 4:47AM
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