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Good to see development of RO 5 continuing. I don't myself have a problem with the charging concept - Iyonix users have had a lot of free support up to now. It will be interesting to see if USB2 works more reliably in ROM than when softloaded: I find I need to use !USBKick to make sure that my Epson 1660 Photo scanner - which I use irregularly - works in conjunction with !DPingScan (Iyonix X100, 5.11). All other USB devices seem to work OK, but I suspect the scanner has a 'sleep' mode which causes the problem.

 is a RISC OS Userbucksboy on 14/10/06 11:31AM
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