on 22/06/02 23:36, Nicholas Gillock at creamedpossum_at_carolina.rr.com wrote:
> It's got 20MB allotted to it. Should I try more?
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> on 22/06/02 18:06, Nicholas Gillock at creamedpossum_at_carolina.rr.com
>> I have the Lombard series. The one right before firewire, but after
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>> on 22/06/02 02:06, Nicholas Gillock at creamedpossum_at_carolina.rr.com
>>> Actually, I have a windows and a powerbook. But I'm trying to use
>>> DIL tester to synch up through IR. I tell the Newton and the
>>> to both connect, then it brings up another window, and just freezes
>>> there, and I have to force quit it to get out of it.
>> What specific model of PowerBook are you using? It needs to implement
>> which I think was implemented starting with the first model of the
>> G3 Series, AKA "Wallstreet".
> Then, the DIL Tester should work. Did you give enough memory to the DIL
> Tester application?
That should be OK. I don't know what is wrong, then. As a last resort, you
might want to follow the same logic when attributing memory to NCU: at least
4 MB plus the size of your largest card. So, if you have a 20 MB card, that
would be 24 MB. Try to contact Thomas Tempelman. He might be able to help.
-- ============================================================================ Laurent Daudelin <http://members.cox.net/nemesys> Logiciels Nemesys Software mailto:nemesys_at_cox.net
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