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SubjectRe: memory detection problems: 2.0.x vs. 2.2.x
On Sun, Dec 05, 1999 at 05:36:15AM +0300, Khimenko Victor wrote:
> Linux 2.2 uses new int 15 subfunction to detect more then 64MiB of RAM (and
> fallback to old method if that subfunction is not there) and you have broken
> BIOS where that same call is used for completely other purpose. That's all.

the abit BP6 NJ release has changed this function apparently -- my MB
doesn't report the correct amount of memory right now.

could you (privately) tell me where I can find this call and params so that
I can ask abit to fix this ?

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