Programs with excessive allocations
BOUNDS-CHECKER reserves 64K in extended memory to keep track of
allocations. In cases where there are thousands of allocations (in
one case, 5444 allocations), it may run out of space to store them.
If you have a program with this condition, and BOUNDS-CHECKER pops
up indicating an error, but the data displayed looks correct, key
an "O" for Options and an "N" for iNfo. If the Data memory used is
64K, then patch BCHK.EXE as follows:
ren bchk.exe bchk.bin
-s 0 lffff 40 00 26
(prints out an address; the offset should be 1531)
-e 1531 80 (this assumes the address was 1531)
ren bchk.bin bchk.exe
This changes the amount reserved to 128K.