Re: floppy installation & NVRAM
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 12:28:03PM +0800, Jean-Paul Blaquiere wrote:
> It might also be useful to check if it's just the battery that has died on
> your NVRAM chip. If you're handy with a soldering iron, then it is a simple
> matter to attach a new battery to the top of the old chip. The FAQ has
> details on how to do it.
> AU$3 for a battery beats US$25 on a new chip :)
Mouser.com carries NVRAM chips for 12.80 USD. That's shipping and all.
You can find the exact part numbers in the hostid FAQ.
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