Imperfect Memory

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I have located a couple of bad memory spots totalling 1.2MB on my memory chips in one computer, and wonder if there is anything I can do to block those addresses. My hope is that the task would help improve my maximum SF2 cache for the audio work I do on it. Currently, the VXD drivers for the EMU10KX only load about 118MB o/o 735MB of SoundFonts on fresh start, but gradually reduces from that in service of other programs, VCACHE or not. I am wanting to blame those bad addresses, so I will attempt to block the addresses if possible.

Now, can anyone tell me if I can block access to those damaged units of allocation? Or are they already physically bypassed? Laser surgery is out of the question.

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