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Old Thursday 16th July 2020, 18:08   #26
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Old Friday 17th July 2020, 10:15   #27
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Anyone got theirs yet?
Yes lots have already. Bob did say on Twitter that they were being posted in the order in which they were ordered. And I suspect lots of people ordered early,
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Yes lots have already. Bob did say on Twitter that they were being posted in the order in which they were ordered. And I suspect lots of people ordered early,
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Thanks James,
disappointed by that though, I'm used to being top of most alphabetical lists

I ordered mine a very long time ago but was only billed about a month ago.

Edit: Mine has literally, just come through my letterbox
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My copy arrived this afternoon. Very impressive book, but I am at a loss to know what to with the 'memory stick' thingy, the like of which I have never seen before. Not at all what I was expecting.
Neither of my laptops, one old but one new this year, has any suitable slot to stick it in. Presumably I have to buy some sort of adapter do I?

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the raised section, lifts and folds out (on the side with the bird, lift from above the forehead) and will insert in to a USB port.
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the raised section, lifts and folds out (on the side with the bird, lift from above the forehead) and will insert in to a USB port.
So it does.
I had no idea what to do with it, and neither did Bob Flood when he received them. He had to find out from the manufacturers. He sent me a short video clip showing how it works. Easy when you know how.

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So it does.
I had no idea what to do with it, and neither did Bob Flood when he received them. He had to find out from the manufacturers. He sent me a short video clip showing how it works. Easy when you know how.

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I'll be honest Steve, neither did I but my wife is au fait with this stuff through work.
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My copy arrived today. Will have a good look over the weekend.

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