Yeah, probably one isn't a MP2100!
Check out the system RAM installed. Go to the extras,
tap the [i] and select Memory Info. There you will see
the System Ram installed. If it's a 2100, it should
If it says anything less, then it's a mp2000!
--- Rolf Brakvatne <rbrak29_at_qwest.net> wrote:
> An additional point:
> The strange 2100, AVI's background program says
> about 65000 to 75000 for
> free heap after garbage
> collection, where as the other 2100 says just over
> 300,000 for the free
> heap. Both have about 1900K free (memory info)
> More thoughts?
> On Thursday, March 14, 2002, at 10:49 PM, Rolf
> Brakvatne wrote:
> > Thanks Grant.
> > The reason I ask is that Eckhart K., the person
> who developed Mad Max,
> > asked me to run the program
> > because I am having troubles with choppy playback
> of MP3 files on my
> > 2100.
> > I think I know the reason.
> > The Newton 2100 that I ran the program on has a
> top case that says 2100,
> > but the label on the bottom says 2000.
> > Looking under memory info, the installed system
> RAM is only 912K (not
> > the used and free memory). Is this the amount
> normally found in a
> > 2000??.
> > I have another 2100 (2100 on both sides of the
> case) has 3894K installed
> > RAM. MP3 files play nicely on this 2100.
> > Thoughts?
> > RB
> > On Thursday, March 14, 2002, at 09:59 PM, Grant
> > Hutchinson wrote:
> >> In a previous message, Rolf Brakvatne typed
> >>> Anyone know where I can get HeapShow?
> >> HeapShow comes with the Newton Toolkit (NTK).
> It's contained in this
> >> archive found on UNNA:
> >> You can also download just the package itself
> from the Newted Community
> >> server:
> >> http://newted.org/resources/heapshow.pkg
> >> g.
> >> Grant Hutchinson Interface
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