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Micron's DRAM operation in Boise, Idaho, today denied there was any problem whatever with its memory production. Rumours had circulated for the whole of the day that there was a major problem with its fabrication process but they were firmly squashed by a representative we spoke to. She said: "We have not had any significant returns of memory." Reports emanating from Dresdner Kleinwort Benson in Japan were just rumours, she said. She added that Micron had not shut down any fabs whatever and her company is still providing memory modules to its major companies. "I cannot respond to rumours and speculation," the representative added. So that's that, then. ®

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