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Old 02-24-2005, 10:26 PM   #1
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get the actual hardware memory address of kernel oops

ok, i'm not sure if this is the right place for this question, so mods please move if there is a better place for it

is it possible to determine the actual hardware address on the RAM where a kernel oops happened? i need to know this because i'm, trying to work around a bad piece of non-removable RAM on a laptop that is very bad by using the memmap= to mark it as reserved (every time i run memtest i get at least 10 errors, always different from any other run but ending in an 8 and on under the 32m mark [the ram chip i can't take out is 32m])

and since i'm still getting getting kernel oops i would like to find where its happing so i can incorporate that into the ram i'm working around

any help at all would be great and thanks in advance


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