Hi, I am having some trouble to turn on Memory Remap, when I did it my
PC booted up to a screen where I could choose to start normal or start a
startup repair, my wire free keyboard could not change it so i put in
When I started normal it began to load for a sec and then I got a flash
of a BSoD, then it booted up to the same screen again, when I turned
Memory Remap off again it would still not boot, not before I had made a
system restore from the Startup Repair, and then it was fine again.
I want this to be on because I just got Vista Home Premium x64, and can
see it only uses 3262MB of my 4GB in the Task Manager, when I had x32 I
could change Memory Remap with out any problems.
My thoughts is that I changed to a HD4850 vcard while I changed the OS,
so maybe it could be a bad driver or hardware/bios settings. I don't
dare to play with the settings to much course I'm afraid it suddenly
won't boot at all.
System specs in profile.
Driver Packaging Version 8.53-080820a-068908C-ATI
Catalyst« Version 08.9
Provider ATI Technologies Inc.
2D Driver Version 7.01.01.821
2D Driver File Path
Direct3D Version 7.14.10.0612
OpenGL Version 184.108.40.20676
Catalyst« Control Center Version 2008.0820.2135.36847
PS. does this means I have bad memory.
Should I move my thread to another group.