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Windows 7: Cant Enable PAE mode


20 Apr 2011   #31

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

i havent had any driver issues yet :3 (though the onboard video is an nvidia it's disabled) my main videocard is an ATI Radeon HD 5750, and i use a 5$ usb Soundcard i got off Ebay.. no issues there w/ teh 3GB switch on i got Secondlife to use upto 2GB Ram. (a mmo of sourts.. :P its highly known for leaking/eating ram worse than the old chkdsk bug of Windows 7.)

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20 Apr 2011   #32

Windows 8.1 Pro (x64)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Cael View Post
...chkdsk bug of Windows 7.)
Its not a bug.
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20 Apr 2011   #33

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

ok my bad i never really understood why it does that so i thought it was a bug.
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20 Apr 2011   #34

Windows 8.1 Pro (x64)
 
 

When you use the "Repair" option of chkdsk, it uses as much memory as it can to repair the disk as fast as possible. You should only use the repair option if the disk actually needs it, nor should you be using the computer while running a chkdsk.
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20 Apr 2011   #35

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

but anyways we can mark it as solved :3
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20 Apr 2011   #36

Windows
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yowanvista View Post
The way it works for Memory is it allows an added table the OS can use to add the “same” address in more than one place. Think of this as adding a "street name" to your "address". 1234567890 on table A is not the same as 1234567890 on table B. The limitation is that this *must* be provided for in your programs and drivers in order to work. If your mailman only looks at the '1234567890' but never looks at the street name, then he can and will sometimes deliver a letter to the wrong place. The same thing is true of PAE - If/when then individual program haven’t been coded to look in multiple tables for the needed memory locations in addition to the numerical addresses, messages can and will often go to the wrong place. In Windows, this is a called a “memory access violation”, and results in a blue screen. Additionally, individual programs under PAE can still only use up to 4 GB. Kernels and drivers can be made aware of PAE, but they can still only use 4 GB ranges at a time.
I came across another forum where this was posted. Where did you get this from? It is simply not how it works.
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20 Apr 2011   #37

Windows 8.1 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pallesenw View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yowanvista View Post
The way it works for Memory is it allows an added table the OS can use to add the “same” address in more than one place. Think of this as adding a "street name" to your "address". 1234567890 on table A is not the same as 1234567890 on table B. The limitation is that this *must* be provided for in your programs and drivers in order to work. If your mailman only looks at the '1234567890' but never looks at the street name, then he can and will sometimes deliver a letter to the wrong place. The same thing is true of PAE - If/when then individual program haven’t been coded to look in multiple tables for the needed memory locations in addition to the numerical addresses, messages can and will often go to the wrong place. In Windows, this is a called a “memory access violation”, and results in a blue screen. Additionally, individual programs under PAE can still only use up to 4 GB. Kernels and drivers can be made aware of PAE, but they can still only use 4 GB ranges at a time.
I came across another forum where this was posted. Where did you get this from? It is simply not how it works.
It was posted here on SF by a member
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