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  1. #1
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    Disturbing Intel News

    I'm not sure if this is the proper place to post, but since I'm not asking for solutions to an issue I'll assume it's ok.

    Anyway, I recently heard that Nokia's software is having big issues running on the Intel Duo Core processors. This is disturbing since I just got a new, faster system that happens to have one of these processors. Is this actually true, and if so will Nokia eventually release new SDK's that support it properly?

    I can say that there definitely are problems because the Nokia emulators run really really poorly on my new system.

    Thank you
    CreepyMo

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    Re: Disturbing Intel News

    Regarding End User software such as PC Suite,
    Issues with end users products such as PC Suite should be posted on the Nokia Users discussion board
    http://discussions.europe.nokia.com/
    If you post your concerns there you may get some response there.

    Regarding Emulators, debuggers, profilers and User Interface tools they should be put in an appropriate forum such as Symbian C++ > Tools and SDKs and I've moved this post there.


    Ron
    Last edited by Nokia Ron; 2006-09-21 at 18:42.

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