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  1. You can set the mtrr by (hand). However I would...

    You can set the mtrr by (hand). However I would caution against this. My mtrr tables are currently set to:



    reg01: base=0x0e0000000 ( 3584MB), size= 512MB, count=1: uncachable
    reg02:...
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    With the release of 8.10 (linux kernel 2.6.27-7)...

    With the release of 8.10 (linux kernel 2.6.27-7) it appears that the 4GB issue with Intel chipsets (P35,X38,X48) has vanished/been fixed (when using AMD64). The issue with regards to only 3GB being...
  3. MTRR is now setup properly using ubuntu-8.10...

    MTRR is now setup properly using ubuntu-8.10 release candidate. My tables are now configured like:
    gking@bender:~$ cat /proc/mtrr
    reg01: base=0xe0000000 (3584MB), size= 512MB: uncachable, count=1...
  4. I would think so. I don't know if this bug...

    I would think so. I don't know if this bug affects the radeonhd (open source driver), but if you are planning on using the fglrx driver.
  5. Ooops ... stupid me :). You might have to do...

    Ooops ... stupid me :).

    You might have to do the following:

    [X86-32] Use together with memmap= to avoid physical
    address space collisions. Without memmap= PCI devices
    could be placed at...
  6. Did you try using the mem=xxxxMB as a kernel...

    Did you try using the mem=xxxxMB as a kernel option?
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    I think this issue can be reproduced on a number...

    I think this issue can be reproduced on a number of ASUS motherboards (for example P5K and P5K-E) with one of the following chipsets (P35,X38,X48) (see...
  8. Just quick point, this isn't just an AMD/ATI...

    Just quick point, this isn't just an AMD/ATI problem because according to this bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/linux/+bug/210780 this also will cause problems with intel cards (not an outright...
  9. With memory remapping enabled in the BIOS the 64...

    With memory remapping enabled in the BIOS the 64 bit kernel will not work.
  10. The only concern I have, is that with the 64 bit...

    The only concern I have, is that with the 64 bit kernel this issue still happens. I really don't want to re-install and use the 32 bit kernel (especially since I would prefer to use the 64 bit...
  11. I'm puzzled that PAE (which allows for 4 or more...

    I'm puzzled that PAE (which allows for 4 or more gigabytes (GB) of physical memory to be used in 32-bit systems) should require 64 GB memory support in the kernel and is not by default enabled in all...
  12. Sorry to jump in. But I've got a similar/same...

    Sorry to jump in. But I've got a similar/same problem. Thought I would mention what I've tried. I can post log files (or links to log files upon request).

    My system setup
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    Intel...
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