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SubjectRe: Constant oops when PnP OS set to 'Y' in BIOS
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On Thursday, November 15, 2001, at 10:39 , Mark Cave-Ayland wrote:

> Incidentally whilst compiling the 2.4.13 kernel to test, with
> PnP set to
> 'No', I encountered many segment faults which required me to
> restart gcc

Run memtest86. That sounds like bad memory.

Also, some Gigabyte boards in my experience have been extremely
unhappy when the multiple DIMMs on the board are not identical.

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