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SubjectRe: missing mxcsr initialization
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> Let's face it. People who don't follow the intel ordering of bits are
> _buggy_. And yes, there are tons of buggy chips out there (mainly from

Its tricky to do so, some of them were not even documented. And one of them
(SEP) changed in the undocumented phase from one version of SYSCALL to
another (now documented one)

> bitmap is all about, and should be forced to go back to the bad old times
> when you had to check the stepping levels etc to figure out what the CPU's
> could do.

You still do. In fact your example SEP specifically requires this due to
Intel specification changes in the undocumented=->documented versions

Alan

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