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Old 09-01-2008
Bogdan Florian
 

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ram wrong values
Hello,
I have some problems with my Random Access Memory values.
I have MS Windows Vista Home Premium Service Pack 1 x64.
I have installed on my motherboard 4gb of ram ddr2.

When my Vista wasn't updated to Service Pack 1 in the "System Properties" my
"Memory (RAM)" was set to "3,00 GB". After i updated to Service Pack 1 in the
"System Properties" my "Memory (RAM)" was set to "4,00 GB". Ok...
But in my Task Manager i have registred only "3006MB" and in my Bios Report
as in my Task Manager ( Only 3 GB ).
What cat I do with this issue?
My motherboard is an Asus P5B.

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 2.4Ghz


Please little help here...
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Old 09-01-2008
Bogdan Florian
 

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RE: ram wrong values
Ok... I found in my Bios panel the "Remap" item. Finally it works...
But now I have another question...
After remapping what to do with "Remap" item? Disable it ( default ) or let
it to the current value: enable ?
Thank You
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Old 09-01-2008
Rick Rogers
 

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Re: ram wrong values
Just leave it enabled.

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"Bogdan Florian" <BogdanFlorian@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:3B99A43B-D8FD-43AB-B117-B2E8C9BCF7B9@microsoft.com...
> Ok... I found in my Bios panel the "Remap" item. Finally it works...
> But now I have another question...
> After remapping what to do with "Remap" item? Disable it ( default ) or
> let
> it to the current value: enable ?
> Thank You


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