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SubjectRe: Masking out one page of RAM because of bit-errors.
On Tue, Sep 12, 2000 at 06:18:36PM +0200, Patrick Mau wrote:
> I have a bad SDRAM chip with exactly one bit error. Memtest86 shows
> that the bit error always occurs at the address 0x4eff508. I tried
> to calculate the page number and it should be 20223.

There is a patch on to avoid using
bad ram pages. I didn't test it - my ram is good ;-) (at least the ram in
my computer - I'd like to see a port of this program to my own brain...)


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