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SubjectRe: kernel losing time
On Sun 25 Aug 2002 23:01:19 NZST +1200, Thunder from the hill wrote:

> And it's already known. It's VIA chipset which obviously can't read the
> clock ;-) Chipset kicking wrong interrupts, timer can't help it.

Ah, thanks! I did use google, but it's difficult to find the correct
words and numbers to enter...

Where can I find more information about it? Mainly, is this a problem
which can be solved at all, or do I need to get rid of the mobo
altogether?

Thanks,

Volker

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