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I just wanted to personally thank you for your answer on this forum. I searched google for the same problem that other user was having and your answer was the first to come up. I never knew to answer "no" to that question after the wr erase command. Well, thanks again.


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No problem. Glad it help you out.
And thanks for the personal note to me.


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