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    Senior Member Krank's Avatar
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    I don't know if that was a joke or what but the "thanks" button was not working.

    Also your second syscheck was better (you had some useless things but better then the first) dunno why you would restore your nand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    I don't know if that was a joke or what but the "thanks" button was not working.
    Yes, it was a joke. Apparently not a very funny one.
    Also your second syscheck was better (you had some useless things but better then the first) dunno why you would restore your nand.
    By second, do you mean the one labeled "Joostin's Current State"? I put that one on first, then added the old one later, so I'm not sure. For now I am staying on my old one. If having NAND access isn't important, then I might switch back. I have already restored saves, installed channels, and updated some IOS's, so it's not very different except that I have NAND access. I also noticed that IOS202v4 seems to run DVD's better than v5.1, so I haven't changed that. I have always heard that 5.1 base 60 was best, but when I had that a lot of DVD's would skip. They all work fine now.
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