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What happens if you copy from the network to harddisc (on the podule) or vice versa? Does it go much slower, twice passing the podulebus, or doesn't it need to pass this bottleneck and it therefore faster? Or doesn't that really matter?

 is a RISC OS Userjjvdgeer on 3/6/04 7:09AM
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