[ILUG] bad memory..
stephane at antefacto.com
Fri Nov 9 12:14:51 GMT 2001
Different clock speeds is no probs as long as your system runs at a
speed that both ram can take.
I reckon you got to freshmeat and grab a descent ram testing program for
linux (can't remember the names though).
The only other issue would be the bios which can't take the last ram you
added (is it supported, and when was the last time you upgraded your
On Fri, 2001-11-09 at 12:10, Dermot Gorman wrote:
> Hi ,
> In recently bought an extra 128Mb SD-RAM (133Mhz) to add to the 128Mb
> (100Mhz) I already have. However, the system is now unstable and does
> everything from locking up to completely rebooting itself. I have tried
> fiddling with the BIOS settings to set the RAM speed to 100Mhz. This did
> no good. Without the RAM the system is ok and never crashes. Any
> solutions? Is it ok to mix RAM speeds? Or is the new RAM i bought from a
> dodgy manufacturer?
> kernel 2.4., redhat 7.1
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