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SubjectRe: MAMEBoy fatal exception Reply to this message
Posted byIslanti
Posted on01/31/01 04:31 PM

> Make sure you have 15 MB of application memory free before starting it.

This was the problem. Interestingly enough, I had enough free RAM total, just not enough free program RAM allocated. The Memory control panel applet kept setting the slider back to 1/2 way, too. Once I freed up enough RAM so that the 1/2 way mark left enough RAM for MAMEBoy, the slider was set to the "high water mark", and I can run it again without problems.

Is there not a way for MAMEBoy to request enough RAM from the system when starting up? I thought the OS was supposed to dynamically allocated RAM between program and storage.


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*MAMEBoy fatal exception  Islanti01/31/01 01:15 PM
.*Re: MAMEBoy fatal exception  Marconelly!01/31/01 03:24 PM
...Re: MAMEBoy fatal exception  Islanti01/31/01 04:31 PM
...*Re: MAMEBoy fatal exception  Marconelly!01/31/01 05:43 PM
...*Re: MAMEBoy fatal exception  Anonymous01/31/01 04:53 PM
....*Re: MAMEBoy fatal exception  Tekhmaster01/31/01 07:30 PM
.*Re: MAMEBoy fatal exception  Islanti01/31/01 01:26 PM