After I first acquired my 133MHz BeBox (not new, sadly), it had “solely” 32MB of reminiscence and it had 4 extra SIMM slots to fill. Whereas Be solely formally supported 256MB of RAM, I used to be blissfully blind to that, purchased a further 256MB of reminiscence in 4 equally sized 72-pin SIMMs and put in it for 288MB of RAM. (It may well really take as much as 1GB, I later discovered.) Good, I stated! After which SheepShaver by no means labored once more.
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