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Re: [vox-tech] Phoenix BIOS Blind Video Switch



On Thu 30 Dec 04, 11:03 AM, Henry House <hajhouse@houseag.com> said:
> På torsdag, 30 december 2004, skrev Peter Jay Salzman:
> [...]
> > Also, I thought someone had asked this exact question on vox-tech a couple
> > of years ago.   Was it Henry House?  Could be wrong.
> 
> I asked about redirecting BIOS IO to the serial port at one point. The only
> solution to this turned out to be getting a non-i386 machine. :-(
 
Ah, yeah.  That's what I was thinking of.  I remember putting brain power
into a "similar" question, but couldn't remember what the question actually
was.   :-P

Pete

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