Message----- From: Ken
[mailto:email@example.com] Sent:Friday, November 22,
2002 To:'firstname.lastname@example.org' Subject: RE: AccuVote TS errors and
someone in the know please explain this.I suppose that would mean Phil in this case.
I do not
get “8meg memory” when I boot my machine.I do get:
Flash sound at 0xa0000000
Flash sound at 0xa8000000
the message you are talking about Lesley.My build date is
2002.Under what circumstances is it
supposed to say 16MB.I am not
aware of any, but perhaps I am missing something.
Furthermore, there is
no evidence that I am aware of that the memory leak has anything to do with
the CE image.Bug 2258, 1243, and
1179 did not involve any changes to the CE image.If someone has such evidence, can they
please explain it.It is very
damaging to have incorrect or incomplete information posted to the support
email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Lesley Thompson Sent:Friday, November 22,
2002 To: email@example.com Subject: AccuVote TS errors and
Greetings...I am sitting here with
Phil Wylie of AVTS repair fame and he has a message for
On units that show "system halt"
errors or lose the touchscreen, etc. typically we have discovered these to be
Units that show two memory totals
when turn on machine:
these units can be reformatted
with WinCE 3.0 (8.8.02) and should stop these system halt
The units need to be reformatted
with WinCE and have Ballot Station re-installed.
Should be seeing 16mg memory
indicated at boot.
Have found that each level of
Ballot Station software works best with specific WinCE
WinCE 2.1.2 goes with 4.1.xx
Win CE 3.0 (8/8/02) goes
BS 4.1.x may work with WinCE 3.0,
but will occasionally need to be rebooted to clear memory. If not, unit
will lock up and touchscreen becomes non-functioning.
We have found that by resolving
the software issues, motherboards that at first showed errors, are in fact now
If you have questions or want
further info, call Phil in McKinney.