The "year 2000 problem" has been billed as a potential time bomb for bank computer systems. But as the clock ticks away, most banks are not close to finding solutions, technology experts say.

By yearend, not a single U.S. commercial bank will have reconfigured its computer system for compliance with year 2000 dates, said a report by Tower Group of Wellesley, Mass.

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