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SubjectRe: reproducable kernel crash
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hpa@transmeta.com (H. Peter Anvin) writes:

> > > well 98 does manage to re-use the card after a reset, so it's not in a
> >
> > 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.

Only until you power-cycle.

With the registry eaten, you have far worse problems :-).

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