00:45: Gene Kranz (Flight Director): "We're go on that alarm?"00:47 Steve Bales (Guidance Officer): "If it doesn't reoccur, we'll be go".00:51: Jack Garman: "It's continuous that makes it no-go, if it reoccurs we're fine" (Correcting Guidance Officer's statement)
So, what I hadn't heard was, in the back room, they said, if the alarms became continuous, it would dictate an abort. Steve Bales knew that, too. He didn't recommend an abort when the alarms reoccurred. The computer was still completing the most critical tasks. The flight continued, without (too many) problems due to the computer. There was the distraction of occasional alarms, but the 'Go' decision was solid.