As Spiro Trikaliotis once put it so eloquently: > > DG> ...and found errors in the Low Address Bus test only. With some > > DG> memory blocks, the 5 if I remember correctly, MagerValp's program > > DG> says that there is an illegal quantity in line 120. What can be > > DG> the problem? Bad memory? > > > If you get an illegal quantity error there's a bug in the program. > > Not necessarily. If the memory if not ok, it might give you any symptoms it > wants... Even a illegal quantity error is possible (for example, if one bit > changes from 1 to 0 or vice versa or if some expansion chip goes on the data > line when it should not, making a bit appear flipped, too). Not to mention what would happen if the memory problems %% Chris Bongaarts %% email@example.com %% http://umn.edu/~cab %% Univ of Minnesota %% CBongo on EFnet IRC %% Stop Plate Tectonics! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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