Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 23:31:32 -0500
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

>Eventually this solution is for IBM PC110 to increase
>the memory. The Ram chip was the same used in Libretto
>50/70, so I think it will be possible to apply to the Libretto. Because the 
>data bus of the memory is the same.

Are all the adresses, A0-A11, on the all memory chips used? If it was 
engineered for more than 16 RAM and they simply tied one or more addresses 
low while the others are high you might be able to get more memory by making 
all addresses high but I assume the CPU does the multiplexing of all the 
memory addresses as per the spec sheet.

I've looked at the chip last year but never followed through on the specs 
and pinouts, if you want to look at the memory chip it can be found at:
just download the TC51V16165CFTS-60 Toshiba EDO DRAM Data Sheet (pdf, 1.68 

Do we have pinouts on the CPU chip? Someone out there must have a schematic 
or service manual.
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