Originally posted by Keda
Ok, I ran the app again. It gives me alot of info. There are so many errors that I end up quitting GP because it never seems to stop. Here are a few. Please tell me if I should run GP again....
There was also a bunch of 'Expected $xxxx , but read $xxxy' data. Its just too much to type unles t will ID the RAM chip.
Okay, I think I screwed up my calculations because I'm getting that $37EA3038 = 939413704, or an address in the 895thMB. You don't *happen* to have a GB of RAM, do you?
If you do, that's yer problem right there. GP should tell you the layout of your RAM (first slot: 128MB, second slot: 512MB, third slot: 256MB, etc). Whatever RAM slot (probably your last filled one) has that address range in it, that's the bad one. In the example above, (numbers slightly off for clarity): 0 ->128MB is in the first slot, 128MB+1 -> 640MB is in the second slot, 640MB + 1 -> 896MB in the third slot. For this setup, the third RAM would be the bad one, since 895 (the bad range) falls within its range.
And at this point, maybe we should take further discussion to Genius Bar.