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Windows 7: ram memory issue

07 May 2011   #11
adieitan96

Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

yes ive chacked it before i wrote something and thanks anyway


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07 May 2011   #12
adieitan96

Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stormy13 View Post
It can't be disabled manually but check in the bios that the onboard VGA setting (video is integrated into the CPU) is set to "enable if no external PEG" is set to enabled.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by StalkeR View Post
Did you read Brink's answer ?
Also it wil be good to use button Edit for editing posts. Attachment 153243
i read brink's answer and the onboard VGA setting is enabled
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07 May 2011   #13
adieitan96

Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Brink View Post
Adi,

We need to know if you checked what I posted above so see if the Maximum memory box is unchecked or not, a. We would like to help you, but we cannot help you if you do not reply back to our replies with what we requested to see if that may have been the issue or not.

Your motherboard specs says that it does have a onboard graphics chip. Since you say you are using a graphics card instead, you might also double check your BIOS settings to see if you may have any RAM (memory) still set to be allocated to it. If so, you can just set it to none or zero depending on what option it gives you.
i have followed your toturial and it staying the same
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07 May 2011   #14
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Brink View Post
Adi,

We need to know if you checked what I posted above so see if the Maximum memory box is unchecked or not, a. We would like to help you, but we cannot help you if you do not reply back to our replies with what we requested to see if that may have been the issue or not.

Your motherboard specs says that it does have a onboard graphics chip. Since you say you are using a graphics card instead, you might also double check your BIOS settings to see if you may have any RAM (memory) still set to be allocated to it. If so, you can just set it to none or zero depending on what option it gives you.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by adieitan96 View Post
yes ive chacked it before i wrote something and thanks anyway
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by adieitan96 View Post
i have followed your toturial and it staying the same
I'm not sure if there may be a language gap issue or not, and you may just not be understanding what we're saying. If so, please let us know if you do not understand something we posted. We'll help.

Did you check the items above? If so, what were your findings?

I need to know more exact details on this before I'm able to recommend anything else if that's not the issue.
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07 May 2011   #15
yowanvista

Windows 10 Pro x64, Arch Linux
 
 

Enable 'memory remap' in your BIOS if it has this feature


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07 May 2011   #16
adieitan96

Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Brink View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Brink View Post
Adi,

We need to know if you checked what I posted above so see if the Maximum memory box is unchecked or not, a. We would like to help you, but we cannot help you if you do not reply back to our replies with what we requested to see if that may have been the issue or not.

Your motherboard specs says that it does have a onboard graphics chip. Since you say you are using a graphics card instead, you might also double check your BIOS settings to see if you may have any RAM (memory) still set to be allocated to it. If so, you can just set it to none or zero depending on what option it gives you.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by adieitan96 View Post
yes ive chacked it before i wrote something and thanks anyway
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by adieitan96 View Post
i have followed your toturial and it staying the same
I'm not sure if there may be a language gap issue or not, and you may just not be understanding what we're saying. If so, please let us know if you do not understand something we posted. We'll help.

Did you check the items above? If so, what were your findings?

I need to know more exact details on this before I'm able to recommend anything else if that's not the issue.
lol, i have understand what u were saying to me and sorry about my english, wait a sec i will do restart and let u know about something because i did it again
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07 May 2011   #17
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

LOL, ok mate.

While your rebooting into BIOS, double check to make sure that you also have memory remap enabled in BIOS as Yowan posted above.
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07 May 2011   #18
adieitan96

Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Brink View Post
LOL, ok mate.

While your rebooting into BIOS, double check to make sure that you also have memory remap enabled in BIOS as Yowan posted above.
i do not have memory remap on bios
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07 May 2011   #19
adieitan96

Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

it shwos me now 3.87GB usable Instead 3.49GB, but 3.87GB was like the beginning.
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07 May 2011   #20
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Adi,

Looking at your motherboard's manual for your BIOS settings, it appears that you are only able to set the integrated graphics chip to use only as little as 32MB+2MB for GTT. This may be why you can only use 3.87GB instead of the full 4GB. In your Init Display First option in BIOS, double check to make sure it is set to PEG if you have your graphics card in the 1st PCI-E slot closest to the CPU.

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