After running memtest86+ on an old Toshiba A65 Satellite, I discovered the built in onboard RAM has two bad spots, the first is at an address of 780M's and the second is at an address of 844M's , as a generic quick and dirty fix I did an append="mem=760M" in Slackware lilo.conf, but I've been attempting to find some good examples using memmap arguments to pass to the kernel to make a better memory map around the bad memory cells.
Up to 779M <- Good
From 781M to 843M <- Good
From 845M to 991M <- Good
How would I append the above parameters to lilo?
append = "memmap=?????"