Jussi Mantere (
Sun, 15 Dec 1996 11:55:47 +0200 (EET)

Maybe this is not _quite_ the right forum to ask this, but I'll try

I recently upgraded my memory from 16 to 32 megs (4*8 meg 32-bit 70ns
SIMM). First neither DOS nor Linux seemed to recognize the extra memory
until I realized that under DOS it was QEMM's fault - without QEMM
everything worked fine.

But, under Linux, nothing seems to work. If I use a boot parameter
'mem=32M', the memory _is_ found, but after ~10 minutes the system
crashes. What's wrong - I suppose it has something to do with the kernel

Oh yes, and my motherboard is an Intel Endeavour, if that helps.


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