Re: Memory problems
"Franck LE GALL - STAGIAIRE A FT.BD/CNET/DTD/PIH" <email@example.com> writes:
> I used to have 16 Mb (2*8) of 60 ns EDO memory and I had no problems.
> I bought 32 Mb (2*16) of 60 ns EDO Memory (not the same as above).
> So I have now 48 Mb of memory.
> It seems to have no problems with Windows NT4.0 but when I run Linux,
> I have got disks problems (too much inods...).
> If I configure my bios for 70 ns memory, the problem disappear.
Windows is notorious for not caring about bad memory; Linux is not
very good at dealing with bad hardware.
I'll bet you have some bad SIMMs.
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