On Wed, 24 May 2000, Thomas J. Merritt wrote:
Ron, in going through the SuperMicro P6DGE BIOS they definitely write a number of reserved bits and in the 440GX chip. It is hard to know exactly what needs to be done to get the board to talk to memory. What we have observed is that the processor doesn't trap, but that it doesn't read back from memory what was written. After we think we have memory turned on we do a
Why don't you send me what you've done on yours, and look at what I've done on mine. I have experienced the "can't read what you write" syndrome and have dealt with it a number of times -- many times in my case it was the result of a bad Mode Register Set.
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