[fpc-pascal] Division by Zero - not raised exception

Florian Klaempfl florian at freepascal.org
Tue Apr 18 09:57:57 CEST 2006

Marco van de Voort wrote:
>> Marco van de Voort wrote:
>>>>> EDO is more museum exponat and price is 10 times larger than the same memory
>>>>> size SD-RAM. The used memory is one module 128MB SD-RAM (PC100). I've manage
>>>>> to found only one 256MB module available on market with price of 50Euro, but
>>>>> only incompatible PC133.
>>>> No, PC133 is backwards compatible.
>>> It's not. There are a lot of PC100 machines that don't accept PC133. I know
>>> one mainbord for sure (and a common one) Asus P5A-B. 
>> Then the memory module has a wrong eeprom, usually it works if the memory module
>> has a correct programmed eeprom.
> I tested quite a lot of dimms. It was the mobo, not the DIMM It didn't even
> accept _only_ one PC133 dimm. 
> The memory ran fine in other 100MHz bus computers. (both were K6-2's, one
> early (K6-300), the other later (K6-500))

Ok, that's a border case then ;) Usually it works :)

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