At 11:16 PM 1/28/99 , brian wrote:
>Does anyone know how the AS/400 system serial number is actually
>implemented in hardware?  Talk of Arizona banning Pentium IIIs with serial
>numbers has me thinking about it.

I *THINK* that the s/n is soft-coded into the system... as when I upgraded
systems from a CISC system to a RISC, the new system had the same s/n as
the old one.

I could be wrong on this, however.


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