[mythtv-users] .16 and High Density Memory Crashes?
rhatguy at comcast.net
Tue Nov 16 04:23:36 UTC 2004
I think there is probably a better chance that you are having issues
with your boards not supporting your HD ram as opposed to myth not
liking the ram. Possibly even a bad stick of ram in which case Yan's
suggestion of running memtest would be a really good idea. I can't see
how hd or non hd ram would matter to myth since it doesn't see it
directly anyway. The requests for memory would go through the OS.
On Mon, 2004-11-15 at 21:53, Yan-Fa Li wrote:
> What pray tell is HD memory ? Single Sided Modules above 1GB ? If
> you're having memory issues try running http://www.memtest.org
> If that can't find it, not much can.
> Ben Brown wrote:
> > I've been working on my random freeze ups, and I think it comes back to High
> > Density Memory. The machine that was crashing had HD memory. I switched
> > that memory with the memory from the machine that wasn't crashing and it
> > started crashing. I played with some other stick and it comes down to any
> > machine with .16 and HD memory seems to have random machine freezes. I'm
> > trying to do a little more research, but I thought I'd ask the list. Thos
> > of you having complete machine freezes do you have HD memory?
> > Ben
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