hello all, i was reading an article concerning emulation ( simulation) , there i encountered two expressions which i dont know about!
paged memory and mirrored memory!
what are they? i've already given it a try! googled for paged memory! but no luck!
all i got was bunch of articles on windows page file and stuff!
and the same goes to the mirrored memory too! i found out sth ! about this but i don't precisely understand! in mirrored memory! the data is being writen in multiple locations! meaning if i write some data to the memory location #4000 , the exact data will be written to memory locations #6000 and for example #8000! why? whats the benifits of doing this ? !