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1 or 2 bit error correction won't support error logging that I know of unless there is support hardware. I know that the VAXes of old had actual 36 bit memory planes to support not only error correction but where the error occurred and then reported in the system error log. I had one Intel 486 with ECC memory in it and it had win95. It never and it also had win95. It did crash a lot. So it makes me come to a conclusion over many years of automated test engineering that the el-cheapo computers that the public buys are going to crash. Since I retired a while back, I don't know how Apple designed their memory support, but I also know that OS X hasn't crashed on me yet in two years.
-- Where are we going? And why am I in this handbasket?