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Re: The TcrAP Saga Continues ...
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- Date: 08 May 1995 08:05:23 -0400
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Boy, they go to all that trouble of soldering in a socket and then
unsoldering it and reinstalling the original EPROM, screwing up the
circuit board and adding wires with burned insulation, when the "upgrade"
EPROM had the same bits as the original one, all just to make it look
like a legit EPROM upgrade by swapping the EPROM for an identical one,
and screwing the PC card in process! What a deal!