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> There Goes My Cacko ...
post Jun 15 2006, 07:36 PM
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- I looked long and hard to get a Symbol from eBay, and haven't had a lick of trouble with it. Others here at OESF have no troubles with their WCF12, and mine worked fine as frog hair until I pulled it out one day and it had a huge crack all the way across it. Don't know how that happened, but it was never quite the same again, so I did lots of research here at OESF and got the Symbol. Nice little card from what I've seen.
- I do have trouble getting kismet to work with it, but I'm not convinced it's the card that's the real issue. I fiddle with it from time to time, and when it works, it works great. When it doesn't work, which is the lion's share of the time, it ... well ... doesn't. (wry grin) Funny thing is, while I was beta testing Cacko it worked every time I flashed. Now that I have the release version, it's flakey as psoriasis. Go figure! (lopsided smile)

- As for stability, Cacko NEVER crashes on me, and I've been using it since before it was released. I had one Sokoban level opened for nearly four months straight 'til I solved it, and Hiroshi never lost my place. It's the definition of what a PDA should be ... so reliable one has to remember to back it up because it doesn't seem imaginable that it would fail.

- Glad you're on the 'net with your Z.
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