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SubjectRe: >128 MB RAM stability problems (again)
On 4 Jul 2001, Ronald Bultje wrote:

> Hi,
>
> you might remember an e-mail from me (two weeks ago) with my problems
> where linux would not boot up or be highly instable on a machine with
> 256 MB RAM, while it was 100% stable with 128 MB RAM. Basically, I still
> have this problem, so I am running with 128 MB RAM again.

I suggest you look into the memory settings in your BIOS, and change them
to the most conservative available. Or, throw out your memory and buy
some from a reputable manufacturer. Your problem is definitely hardware.
There are racks full of linux machines with more than 128 MB RAM running
kernel 2.4 all over the world. I personally installed a dozen. It always
works fine.

-jwb

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