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So if a user has a 2 slice Risc PC with 4 podules fitted, this 32bit OS will also run all their 26bit code or a you going to write all the 32bit drivers for the array of podules that are around for a Risc PC?

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 25/5/09 10:49PM
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