Hmm - that's what I thought too - but there's no bios update,
and the os/2 setting is turned off.
On Fri, 12 May 2000, Philip Trickett wrote:
> It is probably a BIOS problem. The BP6 had a similar problem a while ago,
> which was fixed with a BIOS update.
>> Hane a look at the Asus web site to see if there is an updated BIOS. Also,
> there is usually a setting in the BIOS as to how the Motherboard reports
> memory above 64MB. It has an OS/2 and non-OS/2 setting. It should be set
> to non-OS/2. I can't remember the name, but if you have a look around,
> you'll find it.
>> Phil Trickett
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