|19 Mar 2012||#1|
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<ASK> memory:wrong value reported by BIOS. 4001 MB instead of 4096 MB
Dear everyone... I'd like to ask...
I just upgraded my notebook memory from 2gb to 4gb...
The original memory was samsung 2gb. then i add 2gb corsair memory
when i checked on taskmanager i got 4001 mb instead of 4096mb. Also when i check with SIW (system information for windows) software, there is a
"memory:wrong value reported by BIOS" notification.
additional information: both memory sodimm ddr3 pc 10600 1333 mhz
i've tried 1) msconfig unchecked maximum memory and 2) swap the RAM place (A to B, B to A). Still the same...
What can I do to fix this wrong value...?
Thank you so much as always for the great people here...
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