TechWeb/Reuters: Transmeta Confirms Recall Of Crusoe ChipsNov 30, 2000, 08:49 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Transmeta Corp. confirmed Wednesday that it is working with Japanese computer maker NEC Corp. to recall notebook computers built with flawed versions of its power-saving Crusoe microprocessor."
"Transmeta said in a statement that the recall would take in "fewer than 300" NEC computers that are at risk of failing if the user reinstalled operating software."
"The company said that the recalled Crusoe chips came from a limited manufacturing batch, and it said any remaining inventory of the defective chips had been returned to Transmeta."
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