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Old May 6th 11, 03:47 AM posted to alt.comp.periphs.cdr
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Default DVD drive vanishes after ejecting

I meant you brought about the beginning of the end of MR (and then the
eventual ending).

Tony wrote:

What beginning of the end? I can keep on posting here.

smh wrote:

Tony wrote:

This is long overdue. Just to let you know that I appreciate very much
your posts. Yours were instrumental in bringing about the beginning of
the end. Again, very much appreciate it. Sam


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