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Re: hard reset (JM/EDP)
> out of curiosity, wouldn't the EDP fall into the 'non-volatile' memory,
> well? why then would there be a hard reset on the EDP, when it seems you
> should be able to just 'turn the power off and back on'?
Hummm...here's my translation:
Kim's original: "Since the Jamman does not have any non-volatile memory,
is nothing to reset."
my rewording: "Since the Jamman has volatile memory only, there is nothing
Perhaps Kim has been reading too much Carl Sagan ("We would not agree that
is never a reason not to doubt that the converse of the statement
'Extraterrestrial life is not impossible.' may be invalid at some time,
future or present.") Ok, I made that up. :)
But that raises a question to me. Kim, I know you've got the schematics
don't, but aren't the user settings saved in non-volatile memory of some
Or is there a battery somewheres?