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SubjectRe: BIOS clock problem
On 24 Oct 1996 20:57:15, Alessandro Suardi <asuardi@uninetcom.it> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> since 2.1.3 my BIOS clock stops when I power off the system.
> (ie. rebooting shows clock being set to last power off time
> instead of correct time).

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...

> Is it just a faulted battery or a new kernel feature ? (or my
> brother trying some new Win95 or DOS game doing funny things
> to the BIOS... ?) TIA,

In one of the two machines I don't have any Win* or msdos, and
now it's working ok in that one...

> --alessandro

Juan Cespedes


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