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Vista doesn't recognize added RAM

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Old 03-15-2007
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Vista doesn't recognize added RAM
I installed an additional 1gig of RAM into my ASUS notebook, and while either
stick will operate just fine by themselves, only one is recognized if they
are both installed. Strangely, the newly installed BIOS recognizes the new
RAM, but Vista doesn't. Any suggestions?
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RE: Vista doesn't recognize LG GSA-H42L DVD/RW

During instalation Vista demands driver which is impossible to obtain(maybe
10 years ago) ......must be imstall on different DVD ......

mirek

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Old 03-15-2007
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Re: Vista doesn't recognize added RAM
Check here: http://www.vistarip.com/e107_plugins....php?0.cat.2.9

That might work for you.

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"andrewt" <andrewt@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I installed an additional 1gig of RAM into my ASUS notebook, and while
>either
> stick will operate just fine by themselves, only one is recognized if they
> are both installed. Strangely, the newly installed BIOS recognizes the new
> RAM, but Vista doesn't. Any suggestions?


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Re: Vista doesn't recognize LG GSA-H42L DVD/RW
What are you rambling about?

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"mirek" <mirek@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> During instalation Vista demands driver which is impossible to
> obtain(maybe
> 10 years ago) ......must be imstall on different DVD ......
>
> mirek
>


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Old 03-15-2007
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Re: Vista doesn't recognize LG GSA-H42L DVD/RW
Try your chipset drivers for your IDE controller. That is what it wanted
during my install when it said it needed DVD drive drivers.

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"mirek" <mirek@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> During instalation Vista demands driver which is impossible to
> obtain(maybe
> 10 years ago) ......must be imstall on different DVD ......
>
> mirek
>


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Old 03-15-2007
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Re: Vista doesn't recognize added RAM
Nevermind. Vista has a checkbox setting in msconfig.exe buried under Advanced
BOOT Settings to allow a certain amount of RAM. After unchecking this and
restarting the laptop, everything is running well.


"Dustin Harper" wrote:

> Check here: http://www.vistarip.com/e107_plugins....php?0.cat.2.9
>
> That might work for you.
>
> --
> Dustin Harper
> dharper@vistarip.com
> http://www.vistarip.com
>
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> "andrewt" <andrewt@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:07B4F3FE-E097-43D1-AC71-6BB253098108@microsoft.com...
> >I installed an additional 1gig of RAM into my ASUS notebook, and while
> >either
> > stick will operate just fine by themselves, only one is recognized if they
> > are both installed. Strangely, the newly installed BIOS recognizes the new
> > RAM, but Vista doesn't. Any suggestions?

>

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