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- Subject: Clock problems
- From: wmoran at potentialtech.com (Bill Moran)
- Date: Thu Aug 12 15:07:27 2004
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"Dark-MiXer" <coder_(_at_)_worldwidewhat_(_dot_)_dk> wrote:
> Im having problems with the clock on my FreeBSD 5.1-Release, and as a
> newbie in that area I dont have a clue on what could be wrong.
> The problem is, that it count too fast. It seem like it's counting 2
> times the speed it should.
> The FreeBSD is running on an old Gigabyte GA-5AX motherboard with a
> AMD K6-400 processor.
> Motherboard settings:
> CPU 100Hz
> AGP 66Hz
> Hope you can give me some hints on what might be done to get the clock
> back to normal.
> I forgot to mention that it have been like this since I installed it.
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