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Old 10 September 2012, 22:45   #10
PeterK
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The relationship between RAM: or T: and the crashing icons could be simply the fact that WHDLOad is trashing the memory, as I already mentioned in my first post. But trashing memory can also mean that it is trashing the Ram Disk or T: because the RAM: filesystem is based on the system memory unlike that of any harddisk. You could try MemTrailer 96, although I don't have much hope that this would fix the crashes, since it could not avoid the Enforcer hits here.

Better send a bugreport to the author of WHDLoad and tell him he should check his program with Enforcer and SegTracker.

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