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    SubjectRe: Memory being incorrected sized at boot-up

    >From: Martin Mares <mj@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>
    >> > Are you sure 0xe801 won't crash on bioses that don't implement
    >> > it? I.e., mostly on ancient 386's ? ... but probably the best thing
    >> > will be to test it in the 2.1 kernels before putting it to the
    >> > mainstream ones.
    >> >
    >>
    >> This has been in 2.1 for quite a while. In fact, there are also two
    >> new BIOS calls (one being int 0x15:0xe820) that may be considered...
    >
    > OK, I incorrectly assumed we call the old function first and continue
    >with the new one only if it reports 64M...

    That's what I did in 2.0.30, unfortuantely BIOS on Compaq's only
    reports a maximum of 16MB wiht the old BIOS call.

    Larry


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