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SubjectRe: [OT] Documentation for PC Architecture
Nagendra Singh Tomar wrote:
> What is this 2nd address translation you are mentioning.
> I always thought that for the sake of cleanliness we just forget about the
> 384K of memory starting from 640K. RAM anyway is cheap.
> Pl correct me if I'm missing something.

That is probably true of modern machines. It is hard to tell from the
e820 map on two machines I just looked at, because other bits of RAM
are missing, more than 384k.

The original question asked about "the PC architecture", and I can say
for sure that a PC with 1MB does not just forget about 384k of it :)

-- Jamie
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