Re: [NTLK] Hard Reset what does it do?

From: Paul Guyot (
Date: Sat Mar 02 2002 - 04:25:30 EST

Date: Sat, 02 Mar 2002 10:13:27 +0100
From: Robert Benschop <>

>on 28-02-2002 9:17, Grant [Reset Parameters] Hutchinson at
> > Ok, maybe it's not all in the faq then. Hmmm. We maybe need to finesse
> > that entry a bit to include a mention that a hard reset will speed up a
> > Newt suffering from fragmentation.
>It is: "Note that doing a backup/hard reset/restore cycle might speed up
>your Newton. See question IIIB9 about defragmentation."

It wasn't when Grant wrote that:

03/01/2002 [Paul Guyot]
        Added a reference to question IIIB9 in question IIIB2e [Thanks Grant]

>Only under IIIB9 I find "Use NewtonLink (for Unices)
>Or am I looking at the wrong IIIB9 ?

You're looking at the wrong IIIB9. I just realized that I haven't put
an hyperlink to IIIB9 in question IIIB2e, but IIIB9 is

"Use NewtonLink (for Unices)" is point 9 of question IIIB3b.

The first one who says it's complex and/or unfriendly wins the right
to reorganize the whole FAQ.


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