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Dont see how you can control a machine running VRPC's disc acccess. Thats under the control of windows isnt it?

Although I guess if you only run VRPC and rarely use windows then everything will get cached fairly quickly.

As for cooling, the PC with the failed harddiscs had more cooling then the RISC PC has. So if heat was the problem I'd have though the RISC PC woudl have had all the failures.

 is a RISC OS Userajpullan on 13/12/03 12:49PM
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