DS12887 pcb substitute with battery
elson at pico-systems.com
Sun Jan 22 11:16:56 CST 2017
On 01/22/2017 10:07 AM, Ali wrote:
> I thought the problem with switching these chips was that part of the ROM code was embedded in them? I.e. it isn't just an issue of battery? Am I wrong? If I am then why not use one of the replacement chips that are available?
These don't have a lot of memory on them. many early PCs
stored some config info there, but generally the BIOS can
reconstruct it if it isn't there. I suppose there is a
possibility that random data in the CMOS memory could cause
the BIOS to try to use unavailable features and hang. I
don't think anybody put actual executable code in there.
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