Intel Squashes Centrino Bug

Intel said today that it has turned off software in its family of mobile processors that could cause some Centrino-powered notebooks to crash when used with a virtual private network under the Windows or Windows XP operating system.

Yesterday, Nortel Networks in Brampton, Ontario, said it had determined that Centrino-powered notebooks crash when running Nortel's Contivity VPN client. Nortel has shipped more than 50 million copies of Contivity, according to a company spokesman.

News source: PCWorld - Intel Squashes Centrino Bug

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