[OpenBIOS] question for the experts on PII vs. Celeron startup

Ronald G Minnich rminnich at lanl.gov
Wed May 24 15:11:43 CEST 2000

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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