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comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part2
Section - 5.3. Can I really get 4MB of memory, even with a 1.5MB combo card, 512K RAM card, and 2MB of RAM on the motherboard?

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	The answer is yes.  It does require a simple pin-ectomy.  You
need to fool the hardware to think the 512K RAM card is in a slot that
doesn't physically exist on the UNIX PC.  For more information on how
to do this, grab John Milton's HwNote06 from the archive sites.

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