Re: [SLUG] Ok here we have it now,,

From: Derek Glidden (
Date: Wed Feb 27 2002 - 11:54:41 EST

On Wed, 2002-02-27 at 10:51, wrote:
> On my terillium server, I have to manual tweak back the overrun throttle.
> If I don't, and let it run unabated, the machine slowly begins to dissolve
> in some type of warp abnomaly? Anyone else have this problem? I put a
> "sticky" on the wall behind the computer that has an arrow that indicates
> where the power button is located on the difficult-to-see server. Other
> symptoms of this phenomenon are slight motion sickness and an unexplained
> loss of time. Would encasing my server in lead help? Has anyone else
> tested possible solutions? Is there a patch?

You probably need to check the clock crystal on your motherboard. If
the part number ends with "(-i)" you'll need to contact your motherboard
manufacturer to exchange it for one that generates cycles in
non-imaginary time. This is a known erratum. The alternative is to buy
a case made of exotic matter, but those can get pretty expensive and the
heat dissipation characteristics are pretty awful.

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