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SubjectRe: >128 MB RAM stability problems (again)
Nobody has answered a basic concern:
Why does Win2k work while Linux does not?

We already know that MiciSoft sometimes helps make stupid standards like P&P
ISA cards and then writes drivers for them. Something that is hard to do for
any _sane_ developers who did not help make the stupid "standard".

Having said that, if anybody has a technical answer for Ronald please give it
to him. He says:
My systems ARE FINE BECAUSE Win2k runs on them. This deserves a direct
technical answer if anybody has one.

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