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Need references about basic Memory-Map

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I am now pending on the course "Computer system architecture". this course began previous week. I should now write a homework describing a basic memory map. by a 16-bit addressing, we can refer to 64k blocks. a memory map is divided into 8 8k segments called pages. one page is for RAM addressing, one for EPROM, and etc. I should research about other 6 pages.
please give me some texts or articles.
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Re: basic memory map

Sample memory map of working computer system would probably help you. And that would be chipset documentation. You can download Intel 955X datasheet at

https://www.intel.com/design/chipsets/datashts/306828.htm

Read chapter 7 of the datasheet to see how the system address map is implemented. Especially the compatibility area. I guess that's what you're looking for.

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