Intel is developing technology designed to make it easier to fix bugs in its chips. The move follows the discovery of floating-point bugs in Intel Pentium processors, including its latest Pentium II. In 1994, a floating-point bug was found in the Pentium, costing the company hundreds of millions of dollars to rectify. While Intel denied that any quick-fix for the problem exists, experts said the company's PII family has been designed to allow changes to the processor's microcode.
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