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John: Yea, Aemulor (and Pro) can run non-StrongARM compatible software using an ARM610 emulation mode, which is much slower than the StrongARM engine, but alot more compatible with pre-SA machines.

I wish Adrian did have magic dust - he might meet more deadlines :-) However, what he's done so far is pretty fantastic, and dont worry, there will be plenty of the same magic dust in Cino :)



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