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barbareska local data carrier (Q)
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Anthony Wells RE: local data carrier (Q)
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Hello Barbareska ,

Sorry , I failed to respond yesterday (Maurice Joyce "jogged" my memory on another thread , a few minutes ago) .

I did check your problem with/by Google search , but am not yet sure what to suggest to you . Will reply again later ; hopefully someone who has actual experience will also reply :)

Is it causing you an actual problem - it relates to your DVD disc drive - or is it just your "thirst" for knowledge ??

Take care

Anthony

PS : Your last thread was closed before i could reply ; so Whitsuntide and Pentecost are the same (Protestant and Catholic versions) and France has four OR five holidays (depends on how you count - official :(( or unofficial :))

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