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Re: More Y2K problems



Tony, just wait until the start of March and reset the time/date again.
It probably will take off properly from that point onward.
     That's all well and good for the computer, but do check to see if the
satellite tracking programs are valid.  No answer for that!   Cliff K7RR

On Tue, 29 Feb 2000, VK5ZAI wrote:

> Hello All,
>           Thought  my troubles were over when I downloaded the Y2K patch
> for the AWARD bios on my old 486 dx66 that I use for the Sats.
>   It fixed the y 2000 problem but not the leap year. On booting up
> tonight it came up with Wed March 1, I set the date back to Tues.Feb 29
> 2000 then rebooted but it went back  to Wed. March 1. 2000.  Anyone know
> of a software "fix" for this?  
> -- 
>                           73 de Tony....VK5ZAI.
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