My video card isn't integrated.
Your video card may not be, but your motherboard does have onboard video, Biostar USA
If you haven't make sure that the "VGA Share memory size" is set to disabled (under "Advanced Chipset Features - AGP & P2P Bridge Control". If it is set to the default, that should get back 64 MB of the missing 256 MB, not sure where the rest would be though.
Quote: Originally Posted by brummyfan
You have PC2100 and PC3200 memory sticks installed and this may be the reason. You have chosen the same brand of sticks but you should have chosen identical sticks as well IMHO,wait for more definitive opinions on this.
shouldn't make any difference as the faster stick should automatically downclock to the slower speed. What it could be is that one stick is high density and one is low density, DDR SDRAM - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia