"more than they should".
The concept of a database
on a 1.44MB floppy was the expectation.
I must have missed the
memo regarding this expectation. If this was the concept, why
do we bear the extra expense of installing Imation drives in the
This was a carry over
from using the I-Mark and EBS-2000 software.
If there was a warning as to the maximum amount of
race data with audio files that would fit on a 1.44MB floppy, then field
support should have known better.
There was a warning. The support
message was titled "VIBS and 1.44MB
It must have gotten deleted
with the SPAM. Could you please repost that one. I think everyone
should re-read this. If it is inconvenient to repost, could you
explain to me how to get access to