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SubjectRe: reproducable kernel crash
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Followup to:  <m0zoCBT-0007U2C@the-village.bc.nu>
By author: alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk (Alan Cox)
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> > well 98 does manage to re-use the card after a reset, so it's not in a
> > totally unusable state, just perhaps an out-of-spec state.
> > and yes, the kernel response is a bit extreme...
>
> Win98 saved the old data in its registry. Thats why it can recover it
>

In other words, if Win98 eats its registry (which Windows does every
so often), your card is toast? Cute.

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