OT memory too cheap to pass up

From: Tom Owad <owad_at_applefritter.com>
Date: Sat Jan 27 18:00:43 2001

>Yoo ain't foolin' me, boy. How else would you explain that my IIci
>recognised the 16 MB I added into it (before, it had only run on 8), and
>immediately found a way for the OS to take over the absolute majority of that
>memory, leaving me with about as much (little) free memory as before.

Without 32-bit addressing enabled, the MacOS can only access 8 MB RAM.
Anything more is reported as being used by the system.

You need to switch from 24-bit to 32-bit addressing in the Memory control


Received on Sat Jan 27 2001 - 18:00:43 GMT

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