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If I recall corectly, 'iirc' is regarded as 'I've just made this up'. So what revision of southbridge chip do each of the two computers have then? Does anybody know? Surly stating fact is better clarification than adding more confusion with questions like how do you explain so and so?

 is a RISC OS Userwilf on 23/03/04 1:44PM
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