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SubjectRe: Oops assist...
> Even more ideal would be to dump the oops to somewhere non volatile over
> a reboot. I'm not sure there are good candidates for this on a PC.

direct partition access, Flash ROM, NVRAM, frame buffers (which could be
accessed after a soft-reboot given they are not initialized). I thought
about this before and even might have some lines of code left. The best
solution however was a debugger in SMM RAM.

Most of this needs BIOS support though.

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