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Re: PANIC! Echoplex freaks out

Hello Loopers,

I  received my new 'plex just  this weekend and immediately upgraded to 16
megs.  I have experienced all the same problems that Mattias has had and 
This evening I switched the SIMMs back to the original four 1Meg SIMMs 
that came
with the unit and now it is working perfectly.  It seems logical to assume 
the problem is with the memory.  My question is what the next step? Return 
four 4Meg SIMMs and ask for different ones?  Return the plex to Oberheim?  
advise would be greatly appreciated.

Marc Roche

Govinda's Music

Douglas Lawrence wrote:

> Mattias-
> I think the fact that our problem is the same is not just coincidental. 
> seems Oberheim (and others) say that *any* 30-pin memory is good to use 
> the 'Plex (parity or non-parity). Somehow I doubt that, but that's just 
> my experience in the computer industry where memory is very hardware
> specific.
> Just for reference, my "bad" memory was Samsung part # KMM594100AN-7 
> (parity).
> Can anybody recommend a specific brand/model of memory that they have 
>not a
> any problems with?
> Thanks,
> Doug.
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: Mattias Ribbing [mailto:mattias.ribbing@mailbox.swipnet.se]
> >>Sent: Saturday, June 20, 1998 4:08 PM
> >>To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
> >>Subject: SV: PANIC! Echoplex freaks out
> >>
> >>
> >>I just upgraded to 16Mb, so I guess that's where the problem is. But 
> >>memory I put in should work according to the manual (and it cost
> >>me quite a
> >>bit too :) But I guess I have to change back to the original for a 
> >>then.
> >>
> >>Are there any 30-pin memory (faster than 120ns) that doesn't work? What
> >>kind should I get?
> >>
> >>Thanks,
> >>Mattias Ribbing
> >>
> >>----------
> >>> Frn: Kim Flint <kflint@annihilist.com>
> >>> no it's not software, somethings gone wrong with your hardware. It 
> >>be
> >>> you put a bad memory chip in, but hard to say. You should contact
> >>Oberheim
> >>> to get it serviced.
> >>>
> >>> kim
> >>>
> >>> 
> >>> Kim Flint                   | Looper's Delight
> >>> kflint@annihilist.com       | 
> >>> http://www.annihilist.com/  | Loopers-Delight-request@annihilist.com
> >>>
> >>>
> >>