Does anyone have any particular experience, info or criticisms of any
of the boards (ISA/PCI) available to interrupt date calls to the BIOS
and prevent Y2K probs?
I'm looking at one from American Megatrends
I've seen others advertised.
Basically do these things work? Are they OS independent?
The AMI website only mentions MS OS's.
Do they 'window', ie are they a temporary solution? Would you prefer
them to a memory resident program which could be corrupted or
uninstalled? Such a program could hardly be OS independent I
Will they 'fix' old motherboards? 386, 486?
Lots of question, sorry.
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