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Windows 7: low memory on x64 help please

1 Week Ago   #11
flavallee

Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
 
 

I'm glad to hear you didn't seriously hurt yourself or break any bones.

I'm sorry you had to go through all that work, but it paid off for you.
7.39 GB usable is much better than 5.39 GB usable.
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1 Week Ago   #12
flatbush71

Windows 7 Business x64
 
 

Don't you think one of the 4GB is bad ?
Just want a Pro opinion.
(3.39 available with just those two 4GBs installed)
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1 Week Ago   #13
flavallee

Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
 
 

Without being there to see your computer, I don't know if there's problem with any of the RAM modules.
Now that it has 7.39 GB usable, I wouldn't mess around any more with the RAM modules.


Right-click an empty space on the desktop, then click "Personalize".
Click "Display", then click "Change display settings", then click "Advanced settings".
When the small window appears, make sure its on the "Adapter" tab.
What does it show in these 4 entries?
Total available graphics memory:
Dedicated video memory:
System video memory:
Shared video memory:
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1 Week Ago   #14
flatbush71

Windows 7 Business x64
 
 

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1 Week Ago   #15
flavallee

Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
 
 

The AMD Radeon HD 6530D graphics device in your computer has 512 MB of dedicated video memory - which your image confirms.

According to your image, that graphics device is allocated up to 3.45 GB of RAM for shared video memory, but based on the amount of RAM you said is now usable for Windows 7, it appears to be using only 2.61 GB as shared video memory.

I think we're done, and it's almost midnight here, so I'm going to shut down for the night.
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1 Week Ago   #16
flatbush71

Windows 7 Business x64
 
 

OK, see you tomorrow. I want to get a little more memory. I run Farming Simulator and that's basically all the life I have.
I want get three 4GBs to make it work better.
Thank You everyone for all your help !!!!
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1 Week Ago   #17
flavallee

Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
 
 

Your computer has a weak AMD A6-3620 APU processor, so buying and installing more RAM in it is a waste of time and money.


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