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SubjectPCMCIA_SOCKET unable to apply filter after Ram Upgrade
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Hi folks!

I've recently done a RAM upgrade on my IBM Thinkpad R40 (2722).

1. Ram-Chip: pc2100 cl 2.5 512 MB
2. Ram-Chip: pc2700 cl 2.5 1024 MB

When booting with only one Chip inside, everything works perfecly.
(Never mind in which slot). But when using both, I get this error
message every few seconds:

kernel: cs: pcmcia_socket0: unable to apply power.

Changing the slots does't fix the problem. High Memory Support is enabled.

Who can help? Or do you need more information?

Thanks

Freddy

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