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Swaiyam  Identity Verified
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Mar 19, 2003

Hallo, I recently updated my fostex audio device (d108 SM) with the help of an website found using Google Suche. Had to read the site from whatever was in the \"Archiv\" version. Saved the link in favourites but the link doesn\'t work ofcourse. I still have the URL. Does anybody know how to decipher the words I have to plug into Google Suche to get to the page again using the following information?

cache:4Rm8g7a0gjAC: fostex D-108 update

Would be grateful for any hints. Have been looking for the page for over 2 hours now



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Gerard de Noord  Identity Verified
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Search d-108 Mar 19, 2003


You should have looked for \'d-108\' \'fostex\'.

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Denis HAY  Identity Verified
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You have the IP address in it.... Mar 19, 2003

I have tested with:

But it seems that this site is down. Maybe it was hosted on a dynamic IP connection.

Even a Ping on this IP doesn\'t give any result.

You would be better off searching another URL using Google. \"fostex d108 driver\" gives me plenty of results on Google.


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