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SubjectRe: 16 MB -> 32 MB, a memory problem resolved!
On Sun, 14 Apr 1996, William M. Perkins wrote:

> An observation.
>
> I do not know why I cannot use the last 384 KB of memory. Maybe the
> hardware is relocating something it needs to upper memory. The point
> as I see it is that this kind of a problem demonstrates a variation
> in way that motherboards are designed. Linux needs to be able to
> work with as many of these different variations as it can if it is to
> be a successful operating system.

So how about posting your hardware config -> motherboard brand/type
wouldn't hurt. And bios settings might come in handy too :)

Tim

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