| Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 10:16:05 +0100
| From: "Aine Douglas" <aine.douglas at gmail.com>
| On 8/23/06, Brian Foster <blf at blf.utvinternet.ie> wrote:
| > it's reasonably certain this is a new phenomena [ ... ]
| Maybe your system always accessed the [ CD drive ... ]
I addressed that possibility in my post:
“[ ... ] if I opened the tray, on the next access it closed.
(the tray does not normally close; in the past I've accidently
left it open for days.)"
it _is_ NEW. I'm 100% certain on that. the thing
I do not know is how “new” new is. I _think_ I can
put a c.90 day bound on it, but am not 100% certain.
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