I opened this post up and read it hoping that you would be answering the
question that you asked, Jeff...
On Tue, 31 Mar 1998, Jeff Cochrane wrote:
> Greetings Afrik-ITers!
> Lately I've been getting a lot of emails from consultants telling me
> I have to pay them lots of money to test my 486 desktop PC running
> Win3.1 with a 1994 BIOS for the Year 2000 Millenium Bug. Others tell
> me not to worry, relax for a year and see what happens, this is
> primarily a problem for people with large mainframe computers, for
> ordinary users there will be some annoying but not debilitating
> So who's right?
> Jeff @ Washington
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