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On the yahoo photo page I read:
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HP now a yahoo competitor? Or just for flickr and yahoo photo? How will this kind of products work in the future?
The software didn't like my 2 monitors and it didn't like my 2 hard disks. It was trying to copy everyhing onto one disk
I do want to see the result but........ gg