Maurice Hilarius (email@example.com)
Wed, 13 Jan 1999 09:35:28 -0700
With regards to your message at 10:58 AM 01-13-99 +0100, Jaap Hogenberg.
Where you stated:
>I'm sorry, but I do not have all my data here, to be able to tell
>you the stock numbers and why I thought these should be the right ones.
>(I didn't pay that much , about 5 dollar each, so I really do not care
>that much about returning them)
>I can't see if the sockets have the 2 rows wired through, but the 1 Mb
>chips are the same lenght and number of pins mentioned in the design
>guide (for 1 Mb)
>I'll check the part number later and mail this on the list.
>Can I damage my MB using wrong chips ('cause i'm thinking of trying it
>anyway ;-) )
>Do you know the part number for the chips you have tried ???
>Anyway, I'll let you all know what happens.........
No, sorry. This was a while back..
At the time we did check (with a meter) if the pins were wired correctly to
allow this, and it _seemed_ so. However, it did _not_ work at all. This
might have been the worng RAM though. The type that works in the noname
board is very hard to find, because most of the manufacturers no longer
make it. Apparently it is asuynchronous SRAM.
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