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Pentium II Bugs

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Does anybody know if Intel corrected the FP bugs on the Pentium II processor? Or they just give a "software solution" ? Thanks
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by:saar2
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May I ask what is the FP bugs?
Thanks for the info,

Saar
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by:garkelin
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I'm referring to the bugs found on the Floating Point (FP) Unit. I don't know exactly what the bug was about, but i think it was something similar the  Pentium bug.
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alexo earned 50 total points
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All your questions will be answered if you just point your browser to http://www.x86.org/ and surf.

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by:busuka
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Do you mean Dan-411 bug ?
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