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Windows 7: Problem using 4gb in 64 bits


19 May 2009   #31

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by shayking View Post
thanks for the reply's...i will too go to my Mobo Manu, and report the issue.

whats especially wierd..Windows v7000 x64 is fine(4gigs PC8500 seen as it should) , It's the RC+ versions in which give the issue.

now i can tell my wifey ,We need to buy more matching ram. LOL

thanks again
sk
Yes, you should report it to your motherboard manufacturer and ask for a BIOS update. I wonder if you're refering to the amount of memory displayed on the system properties page (installed memory), rather than the amount of memory that was actually usable on the 7000 build. That would explain why you think that it was working. In reality, you probably never had 4GB of usable memory with that build - you just thought you did.

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19 May 2009   #32

Window 7 x64
 
 

i dont no, i use to Timeshift (DVB-S program) 2-2.5 gigs of my systems ram that a SAT-TV program used, My Matrix Orbital VFD always stated how much was used/available. ANd Photoshop gladly used 1-1.6 gigs of my ram developing skins so...

Things are different, and it's post Vistax64/v7000 , now i need to try to convince Asus of this.

edit: if not, ill just buy more matching ram..
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21 May 2009   #33

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

I thought i should disclose this with you guys/gals, but i did a fresh install, and for some reason, its displaying it properly :S, both task manager, and computer details, both display 4.00GB ram, and nothing in brackets...

Odd much?

Enzo.
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21 May 2009   #34

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 BITS
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ENZO View Post
I thought i should disclose this with you guys/gals, but i did a fresh install, and for some reason, its displaying it properly :S, both task manager, and computer details, both display 4.00GB ram, and nothing in brackets...

Odd much?

Enzo.
Congratz Renzo !
can u post a screenshot?
if any1 could explain why this happen i'll be hapy to do the same thing here xD
1 want my 1gb ram T_T
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21 May 2009   #35

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ajulian View Post
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if any1 could explain why this happen i'll be hapy to do the same thing here xD
1 want my 1gb ram T_T
I don't know what else you'd like to have explained to you. I've already explained the situation you're in several times in this thread. Read the MS KB article again and see if that helps. Then email your motherboard manufacturer. No one in this forum can give you a better solution than that.
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22 May 2009   #36

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

A. Its enzo and
B. yes, yes i can

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