On Thursday, December 29, 2005, at 03:27  PM, Thomas wrote:

This is absolutely correct.  The spare board I got came configured for
more than 1MB of RAM, but I been using 256KB SIMMs.  After putting in
4MB, the board operates normally, though I noticed the time for the
floppy icon to appear takes a bit longer...is this normal?

Completely 100% normal. The Mac is doing RAM tests in the period before showing you the floppy icon. More RAM = longer time to test it all.


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