Originally Posted by Shoonay
If i understand that right, in other words: He's got it, but he can't do anything with it, right? (not even the Ram Disk?)
Well yes he can, software can run from there, etc..
But if some graphics / sound data gets allocated too high and the chipset tries to read it -> crash or just noise from the speakers, or a messed up display, etc..
If you remember the times when we used to have software that didn't work if you had other RAM than CHIP on your machine, the results will be much of the same. (sw made in the mid/late 80s, when most people only had 512kB A1000s.. :-)