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w3a537(R)

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Colorado Springs CO USA,
13.04.2011, 23:34
 

JEMM*.* exclusions (Announce)

I need to INCLUDE the following:

CD00-CFFF
D200-DFFF
E500-E5FF

And EXCLUDE everything else.

Do I have to exclude the other reigons?

Can I use a blanket exclusion of everything
and then include just what I need?

What should my E= and I= statments be?

Thanks, Steve ...
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Japheth(R)

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Germany (South),
14.04.2011, 07:40

@ w3a537

JEMM*.* exclusions

> I need to INCLUDE the following:
> []
> And EXCLUDE everything else.
>
> Can I use a blanket exclusion of everything
> and then include just what I need?

No. Exclusion has higher precedence than inclusion.

> What should my E= and I= statments be?

It's "X=", not "E=".

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w3a537(R)

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Colorado Springs CO USA,
14.04.2011, 21:18

@ Japheth

JEMM*.* exclusions

Is it permissable to X= the whole UMB area
and then re I= only the areas I want?

Would your software accept it this way?

What's happening is that on ONE PARTICULAR PC,
this system get's hung in c.sys INSIDE JEMMEX
and it's dead at this point.

UMBPCI+LOWDMA work just fine.
The reigions I mentioned were those
reported by UMBPCI.

I would appreciate suggestions to troubleshoot
this problem.

Syeve ...
:ok:

Japheth(R)

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Germany (South),
15.04.2011, 08:08

@ w3a537

JEMM*.* exclusions

> Is it permissable to X= the whole UMB area
> and then re I= only the areas I want?

I already answered this question in my previous post: No. Exclusion has higher precedence than inclusion.. IOW: After a region has been excluded, it can't be included anymore.

> I would appreciate suggestions to troubleshoot
> this problem.

Download latest jemm and run tool MEMSTAT. It will tell what address range the BIOS truly needs.

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