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ams - There's no 'probably' about it. ROL quite explicitly stated at the show that select for Iyonix would use modules from the RO5 rom. I take that to mean that it would have to be softloaded on to of the existing RO5.

 is a RISC OS UserDS1 on 27/10/05 9:18AM
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