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Windows 7: Enable the memory remapping feature!

14 Feb 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Edition x64
 
 
Enable the memory remapping feature!

Hello guys, I read some posts here about that problem with the 4Gb RAM and only 2.76 of them available, I have the same problem, I tried msconfig, I looked into the BIOS, I even upgraded the BIOS, but I can`t find the memory remapping feature, I have Asus K53SV, with Intel Core I5-2410M 4CPU`s @ 2.3GHz, 4GB RAM, Nvidia GeFORCE GT450M CUDA* 2GB RAM, I looked in dxdiag and I saw that my graphic card isn`t nVidia but Intel (R) HD Graphic Family (internal).

And the left of the unused RAM (1367 RAM ) is memory reserved for the BIOS and I want to get rid of that I want to use my laptop at it`s full potential!

So my point is, is there a way to enable the remapping feature for my BIOS, and to use the nVIDIA graphic card not the internal one, I must specificate the the BIOS recognizes the 4GB RAM installed(but i don`t have any option to change that).

Help appreciated, thx !

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