stepan at coresystems.de
Thu Mar 22 00:55:21 CET 2007
* joe at smittys.pointclark.net <joe at smittys.pointclark.net> [070322 00:48]:
> a) setup the most minimal northbridge memory registry
> b) detect spd to find memory parimeters
> c) set the spd parimeters in the northbridge memory registry
> d) startup memory
> Is this correct??
a) sounds suspicious. No "minimal" setup, but rather "those registers of
the memory controller that don't have to be setup via c.
> The main question I have is how do I know which of the northbridge
> memory registers need to be setup on initially?? If they are to use
> their default values to I even need to include them?? Or should I just
> set them all up??
Heh. :-) That is the tricky part. You have to read the docs, and try to
understand, and you can compare the registers to those of the legacy
Some chipsets have a "bios porting guide", but except for AMD chipsets,
they are usually hard to get.
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