Quote: Originally Posted by scrooge
it's because you have memory remapping enabled in your bios.
go into your bios and disable memory remapping and see if that fixs it.
Could not find any setting decided to disable vmm in the bios instead, that rendered the machine unbootable until I plugged in another graphics card, cleared everything, then plugged my normal graphics card back in. I may just have to deal with this.
I don't have the funds to replace this thing right now even though it's about a year overdue. A viable replacement right now means an entire new system though. Would have to step up to ddr3 a new socket for the cpu, thus new mobo and cpu. I guess I'm just going to have to live with it.
Anyhow, I pulled up cpu z to try and figure out what was going on and it makes absolutely no sense. I think my mobo may be on it's way out. The only replacement I have is a crappy old formula series board that I'm not 100% sure even works.
Is it just me or does that not make any sense?
cpu is showing the full ram, but so is windows, it's just not using it.
I'm more puzzled by the cpu info...
orthos was running when I took that screen btw, so it's not because it was idle.