Windows 10 on the Gigaboard board is a surprise odd bug: time set 3001 years after the start of no longer

A few days ago, a player found a strange problem, on the Gigaboard board, if the time set to January 18, 3001 after, then Win10 can not start. Windows 10 system is all right, it’s a little bit of a bug, and there’s the possibility of a chemical reaction with other problems besides its own bugs — and that’s probably the case now.

Windows 10 on the Gigaboard board is a surprise odd bug: time set 3001 years after the start of no longer

On the Reddit forum, user DeadMan3000 reported the discovery, and he accidentally set the time on the Giga-Garboard board, filling in on January 18, 3001, resulting in Windows 10 system can not start, or even reload.

It was later discovered that the Windows 10 system could not start even if the time was reset back to the correct.

This bug is not AMD or Intel’s problem, Gigatech two platforms will have this problem on the motherboard.

It is not clear what causes the bug, presumably a problem like the Millennium Bug, and it is not known if there is a time-limit problem with the firmware used in The TechnobioS, and the strange bug is set out after that.

The good news is that this bug will not be encountered by the average person, unless the hand shake sit set the wrong BIOS time, now can only wait for the official investigation to solve the problem.