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Email attachments have a size limit on them depending upon which ISP you are with. I am with BT and it is 25Mb.

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Gordonjcp, I did not get the courtesy of a reply. Are you still alive or dead? or on vacation on a far away island without the internet?
I said I am willing to help and upload stuff I have got.
Or do I assume this topic is now dead and we won't be having a download section?

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https://1drv.ms/f/s!AojTrWb43XFxg6wxMk2FJtmrR5Nr2A

Upload your things there.

Gordon is clearly busy. He can find them in there when he gets back from being busy and you won't need trouble yourself with making sure you catch him.

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dave3d - I did drop you an email but I guess it's been spamfiltered or something. If you can stick it in something like Google Drive that's probably easiest for now.

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Gordon, I didn't get your email.

Anyway, I have made a start. I just uploaded about 350Mb onto the Microsoft onedrive link that RutlandRover posted.
I will do an iso of Microcat 2002 and 2009 and upload that next. Do you just want p38 stuff? I have got Defender and Disco technical docs as well.

I thought the plan was to have it on your server rather than in the cloud somewhere.

Another thing to consider ... should downloads be restricted to members of the forum only? so we know who they are, rather than guests or the general public who don't log in? I personally think it should be restricted.

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Have now uploaded Microcat 2002 plus the crack. Unfortunately the CD with Microcat 2009 is showing errors when I tried to do an iso.

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I've just uploaded Microcat 2009 iso file along with images of the 3 RAVE CD's, (L322, P38 and Defender), (Discovery 1, Freelander 1 and Range Rover Classic) and (Discovery 2, Freelander 2001 on and all TSBs for all models up to 2005).

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dave3d wrote:

Gordon, I didn't get your email.

Anyway, I have made a start. I just uploaded about 350Mb onto the Microsoft onedrive link that RutlandRover posted.
I will do an iso of Microcat 2002 and 2009 and upload that next. Do you just want p38 stuff? I have got Defender and Disco technical docs as well.

I thought the plan was to have it on your server rather than in the cloud somewhere.

Another thing to consider ... should downloads be restricted to members of the forum only? so we know who they are, rather than guests or the general public who don't log in? I personally think it should be restricted.

Just guessing here, but I would have read the reply to mean stick it on Google Drive, Gordon will download it from there and put it onto his server?

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Making progress here. I have just uploaded another 63 items.

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Those if you that uploaded to the OneDrive link I posted, did you have to log in to do so?

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No. I didn't have to log on.

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Hmm, thought so.

I've opened another folder for some other people to upload things to and they're being asked to log in.

Do you have a Microsoft account that you use for anything else (Hotmail/Outlook etc) that is set to auto-login?

I'll have to compare the folder settings again and see if I've missed anything.

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I have a feeling I had to log in with a Microsoft account but wouldn't swear to it.

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I'm just in the process of uploading RAVE for 1995-1996 P38's to my 4shared site.
It has wiring diagrams etc for the early p38's which is invaluable as they changed later on.

https://www.4shared.com/folder/AeKGCtKj/RAVE-1996.html

Its archived using 7zip. Sorry, but couldnt use anything else as most dont allow splitting of archives.

It will run just by double clicking on the Rave executable in the root folder on any windows version and also using wine on linux.

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I have a paper copy of the workshop manual and parts list which seems to work OK!

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"Paper"......Just what is this you speak of? Is it cross platform compatible? Is there an app for that? Just who is this "Manual" you mention?
.....Isn't he the guy in Spain with the Green P-38? Did he write the app?
If it works, it may be the next big thing!

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LOL!

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I’m with Dave, a paper copy can’t crash at the worst time, battery doesnt die, doesn’t matter if you’ve got oily hands, handy to balance cup of tea on,,the list goes on.. 🤣😂🤣