Eric Auer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> escribió:
> Hi, can you tell me which version of LBAcache you use
> and where (low or into UMB) you load it? In the latter
> case, what UMB driver do you use, UMBPCI or EMM386?
> Which version?
lbacache.com 7.004 bytes
lbacache.sys 6.974 bytes
no version information with lbacache /?
only your name and address :)
SWITCHES=/e <= ADDED NOW NO ERRORS ANY MORE
>Does it help when you add
> switches=/e to your (fd)config sys file?
With switches=/e in config.sys the problem is gone, the compiler works
> You should try updating your HIMEM and EMM386 and LBAcache.
> Which FreeDOS kernel version do you use?
I use fdodin07.144
FreeCom version 0.82 pl XMS_Swap [Dec 10 2003 06:49:21]
> LBAcache can be quite slow when loaded into UMBPCI-generated
> uncached UMBs. It can crash when your XMS driver has bugs.
> It should not have internal errors in harddisk caching, of
> course. Which command line options did you use? What kind of
> disk, BIOS and CPU are you using?
SanDisk SDCFB-64 as Secondary Master
disk 0x80 heads=0008 sectors=0032
Caching floppy drive(s): A:
There is no Primary Master
Award Modular Bios v4.51PG
PCA-6751 bios V1.35
CPU Type Tillanook-MMX
CPU Clock 266Mz
Base Memory 640K
Extended Memory 64512K
Cache Memory 512K
> Please send your reply to freedos-user list, subject
> "Re: lbacache" or something like that.
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