GavinWraith>"I suppose there must be some Iyonix owners without an internet connection"
Yep I find myself in precisely that position. My Iyonix at home doesn't have even dialup (never mind broadband). I only can access the Internet using PCs elsewhere. It is therefore highly unlikely that I can upgrade unless (a). I can purchase and download the image from a PC or (b). Obtain a copy of the ROM Image at the SE show (just booked my flight today )
Obviously if neither (a) or (b) can happen then I'll be saving myself 69STG or will spend it on something else at the show (I'd much prefer to update the OS from the now fosselized 5.03 my Iyonix labours under).
If to acchieve either I have to supply my machines MAC address/Serial No or proof of purchase I'll be happy to oblige.
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