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SubjectRe: reproducable kernel crash
Followup to:  <>
By author: (Alan Cox)
In newsgroup:
> > 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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