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Re: compile problems on new k6

On Wed, Nov 19, 1997 at 11:16:22PM +0200, Daniel Mashao wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Nov 1997 ychim@ForeverMail.com wrote:
> > Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> > > How old is the K6, and how much RAM do you have Rick?
> > > Some K6s made before a certain week this year had some trouble
> > > with >32mb of RAM that could cause problems like this. I have 64mb
> > > and mine seems fine; I think the magic date was some time in September.
> > > I have my 166 overclocked to 180.
> > 
> > All K6 built before week 30 have this problem.
> what sort of id numbers are those that have been made before week 30? I
> have two K6 233 MHz. One of them fails the bug test the other one passes.
> the passing chip is on a 64MB and the failing ine is on the 128MB system.
> They both have the same id number: C9738BPOW.
Yours were made in the 38th week of 1997.

Check memory timings.  Slow the memory down.  Take out half the memory.
Try disabling caches.  Do one thing at a time until you discover what
the problem is.  My guess is that your memory settings are too aggressive
or you have bad memory or cache.

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