Date: Mon Apr 03 2000 - 10:15:13 EDT
"sehh of H.I.C. & D.B.S." <sehh_at_altered.com> said:
>On Wed, 29 Mar 2000 08:20:49 -0500, Jeffrey Baker wrote:
>>I did the Crucial upgrade on my 770Z, up to 256 MB. Things seem quicker,
>>and thus far, with substantial hours logged, I'm not getting the customary
>>screen freezes (W98). My impression from readings had been that 128 MB RAM
>>was supposed to be plenty for the reasonably low-intensity uses I'm
>>accustomed to, but my recent experience with the upgrade is beginning to
>>belie that. Any thoughts? Thanks - Jeff plumbush2_at_mediaone.net
>Obviously its because of the crappy Win9x. Considering their bad memory
>OS/2 Warp4 would run on 64megs without any problem and any need to upgrade to
>128megs for the average user. Same for linux.
True most of the time. I saw quite a bit of disk thrashing with VTD and 64
megs, so there an exception.
Ed Letourneau <letoured_at_sover.net>
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