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SubjectRe: >128 MB RAM stability problems (again)
On Wed, Jul 04, 2001 at 11:16:43PM -0400, Bill Pringlemeir wrote:
> I also have had problems with a machine that had 128Mb + 64 Mb. I
> discovered the following about 2.4.x. You _should_ have a swap file
> that is double RAM. Mixing different SDRAM types is probably a bad
> thing. So if you upgraded, then that might be problematic.

And here's a counter claim: At home have 128 + 64, both of different speeds
and brands. Of course, to run properly you have to force the pc100 to run at
66, but other than that they're happy (96MB swap)

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