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Re: Year 2000 computer problem

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Before you buy anything have checked the web site of your current
hardware manufacturers? Many of the sites I've visited have
new BIOS versions available which fixes this problem. I personally
tried it and managed to update by BIOS. It didn't cost a cent.

Sassan Parhizgari


Roger Turk wrote:
> 
> Micro Firmware (www.microfirmware.com) is offering a similar board which
> will also provide support for hard drives greater than 8 GB.  (Board is
> available without the Y2K BIOS solution for about $30.00.)
> 
> A. Roger Turk, P.E.(Structural)
> Tucson, Arizona
> 
> Rob Stevens wrote:
> 
> . > I received a solution to the Y2K problem in the mail you might want to
> . > check it out they, the company, claim that it is a universal fix.
> . >
> . > Unicore Software is offering a plug in card ( The Millennium PRO ) at a
> . > reasonable price that requires no reprogramming of the on board BIO's for
> . > your computer and it will cause no interference with your software.
>