[COLOR=royalblue]Customers can sidestep the problem by setting the processor to run at a lower speed, said company spokeswoman Barbara Grimes, and Intel will replace the processor if customers want. The glitch only affects some chips, and then only in the case of "a specific set of operations in a specific sequence with specific data," according to Grimes.[/COLOR]
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