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Friday, April 15, 2005



>Rob,Could you give me the details as to when it is force clonisg? What type of game (puzzle or timed) you are playing? Anything you can remember regarding sequence of events that could be causing it?The game also stores information to save its state in the devices internal memory. You might check to make sure your device isn't running out of space. It uses a small amount of space to do this, so it shouldn't be an issue, but the more information I have, the better.Feel free to email me directly at .Sorry you are having problems!

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