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Re: [ProgSoc] Made in Taiwan
>We both have an Ethernet address of "A5A5A5A5A5A5". He swears blind his
>was a normal looking address a few minutes earlier =)
I can't explain exactly what has happened, but the repeating pattern A5 is
a dead giveaway that a diagnostic has stomped on that chunk of memory. 'A'
being 1010, and '5' being 0101, are often used by memory diagnostics
because they have alternating ones and zeroes.
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