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SubjectRe: a memory-related problem?
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In clouddancer.list.kernel, you wrote:
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>Hi,
>
>I just added 128 MB of RAM to my machine which already had 128 MB and
>which has 128 MB swap. 128 MB RAM + 128 MB swap (either the new or the
>old 128 MB RAM) works, but the combination of that, 256 MB RAM + 128 MB
>swap, crashes the compu during startup with either an "unresolved-
>symbols in init" message (which is completely random, each boot shows
>different unresolved references) or with oopses right after starting
>init.

It's more likely that the two RAM sticks differ. I had a similar
problem in a Windoze machine awhile ago. Move one stick of RAM into
another bank, i.e. with 4 memory slots, use #1 and #3. If you only
have 2 memory slots, return/sell what you have and buy 2 sticks at the
same time.


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