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SubjectRe: BIOS clock problem
On Fri, 25 Oct 1996, Juan Cespedes wrote:

> On 24 Oct 1996 20:57:15, Alessandro Suardi <asuardi@uninetcom.it> wrote:
>
> I've had EXACTLY the same problem with 2.0.22, in two
> different machines at the same time, but suddenly one of them started
> working again. I don't know if the other one works ok or not.
>
> It happened when the two machines were one next to the other
> (less than 20 cm), so I thought it could be related to electromagnetic
> interferences...
>

I had it happen on my machine, back when it was new and had a 486DX/33 in
it. The MB had to be replaced, because the clock chip on the board was
defective. Just a thought (this was before my Linux days tho).

Derrik Pates
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