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Posted 29 December 2009 - 04:28 AM
It seems you simply have bad RAM and you need to replace it; it is needed in order for the computer to work correctly. RAM is cheap nowadays, so this shouldn't be too difficult to fix.
...it gave off errors that apparently indicate that an installed memory module could be faulty/improperly seated. Is there a way to work around that?
Linux sections off a part of the HDD for swap space, which functions as extra RAM when the computer runs out of memory in the main RAM. This cannot replace the actual RAM, however, as the computer will not boot without RAM modules installed.
This could be a stupid question, it's just -- sometimes programs like ZBrush expand into the actual harddisk space for fake 'RAM', so I thought maybe I could get Linux system to section off part of the harddrive to work as RAM.
Edited by MadDawg, 29 December 2009 - 04:29 AM.
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