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16th April 2012, 09:00 AM   |  #11  
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Yeah you don't need to format system. I read you need to when changing kernels because some change it. Since your upgrading it won't affect you.

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Yeah you don't need to format system. I read you need to when changing kernels because some change it. Since your upgrading it won't affect you.

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Etana .32 for stability.
And if you want new experiments, you can use etana 3.0/ imperticus 3.0 kernels

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