Ace & Security

From: Dwight Elvey <>
Date: Tue Sep 28 17:24:01 1999 (Tony Duell) wrote:
> Well, what if the NVRAM is one of those Dallas devices with the battery,
> clock/NVRAM chip and crystal encapsulated in the same package. No easy
> way to pull a jumper and clear those.

 Most of the ones I've seen used in computers are the normal
NVRAM's that Dallas sells. These have no security bits or
special access codes. To a system, they look just like
comparable sized CMOS RAMs. They can even be plugged into
the same sockets.
Received on Tue Sep 28 1999 - 17:24:01 BST

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