Odds & Ends

Odds & Ends

a. Large DIMMs problem: an Apple response Ric Ford has been tracking the problem (also covered here) of certain RAM configurations causing crashes and/or slowing network performance (on PCI-based Macs). MacInTouch posted an official answer from Apple on the subject. Essentially, Apple claims that it is due to the fact that "some third-party RAM does not interleave correctly."

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