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    SubjectRe: Thinkpad 600 memory woes
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    In article <linux.kernel.37909FD6.ABCBD2C1@sls.lcs.mit.edu>,
    Lee Hetherington <ilh@sls.lcs.mit.edu> wrote:
    >You'll need to specify 128MB - 384kB at most with ThinkPads in my
    >experience. You could just use the #k reported by the BIOS on bootup,
    >or, as others have suggested, just specify 127MB. This has always
    >worked for me on 760s, 770s, and 600s.
    >
    >Now, why Linux 2.2 can't autodetect ThinkPad's memory is another
    >issue...

    Have you tried one of my memory detection patches with 2.2 on
    the thinkpad?

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