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Old 12 April 2023, 09:14   #2721
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Originally Posted by Thomas Richter View Post
P5 did not handle this correctly for the 1230, for example, as the memory entered the system *after* expansion, and thus exec ended up in chip memory. That got fixed with the B2060 later where memory was added early on such that exec and expansion could be placed in 32-bit memory.
Which revision of the Blizzard 1230? The Blizzard 1230 MK3 placed the local memory in conflict with the PCMCIA port while the Blizzard 1230 IV placed it in Z3 range. I don't know whether there were later revisions. So I guess you are referring to the Blizzard 1230 IV? I wasn't aware that it had such a fault. Now I feel less envious because my Blizzard from back in the day is only a MK3 (and has 8MB of RAM that won't go well with the now available useful PCMCIA expansions)...
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