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25 Sep 2011  

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

Some older GPU's will and can use extra RAM if it requires it, it will be automatically allocated to it which is probably why it's showing up as it is on your system. The only option that I know of is to upgrade your GPU. Unless some one on here knows something else. It's not going to hurt or hinder your system in any way. It's the same way with on-board graphics.
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