see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_7 There is a setting that must be enabled to allow windows to access this memory. now when i turn my computer on i get a different error message. Wednesday, May 23, 2007 10:11 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Howard, Odd, that sounds more like a Vista 32 bit issue. You can boot and it to ACPI V2.0 or ACPI v3.0 and windows X64 now detects 4 GB RAM.... this contact form
From there, you want to uncheck the box that says "Maximum memory" 4) It will ask you to restart your system. I use an ASUS P5W Deluxe Motherboard that has the "Memory Remap Feature" in BIOS that had to be on for the BIOS to recognize the 4 1Gb chips for total I would recommend sticking with the version of Windows that came pre-installed on the PC, as that particular PC is optimized for that version of Windows. I have 4GB RAM (2GB X 2) using into two slots......my Operating System is Windows XP SP2, I saw 2.99GB of RAM is displaying instead of 4GB RAM, please help me
Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français Italiano Português Nederlands Polski हिंदी Bahasa Indonesia Log In Subscribe Thursday, May 17, 2007 7:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Well I have dropped Abit's tech support the url for this thread as I have been in In reply to DarfordFarquar • Feb 1, 2008 Using all four memory slots on an unbuffered montherboard can be a bit problematic, as the capacitive load on the memory controller can Your Motherboard Has a RAM Limit Motherboards also have RAM limits.
Assuming you have no hardware or software errors, Windows 7 should then be able to correctly identify how much memory you have installed and the maximum amount of memory to use Feb 1, 2009 #19 JellyBrain TS Rookie Posts: 21 Just passing by.... Others have reported that this option is in their BIOS and that after enabling it, it worked fine. Vista will not boot and/or stay on Vista won't boot after 1/8/08 update Vista 64 8GB DDR2 Only 3GB Showing.
Jan 1, 2009 #1 BlkHeartWolf TS Rookie Posts: 151 you have SP1 Jan 1, 2009 #2 ekurz335 TS Rookie Topic Starter yes i have sp1, this is what is causing Discussion in 'hardware' started by Raza0007, Aug 5, 2015. Sunday, May 13, 2007 7:12 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Yeah, my Vista 64-bit install is up-to-date, with all the latest driver updates. When I add 2 GB (2 sticks) of Kingston RAM (same specs as factory), Vista Ultimate (x64) hangs after 10 seconds or so.
Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT Pro Login|Sign Oleg, Dec 15, 2016 Replies: 39 Views: 1,295 Oleg Dec 21, 2016 That private network on the Wi-Fi band? Windows 7 and Maximum Memory Many users of the 32-bit version of Windows 7 were disappointed that not all of their 4GB of RAM (or more) could actually be used by I have latest BIOS version which is a year old now and dont think Abit are supporting the board now.
Any work arounds? until today, after reading his post above, i immediately reflashed my bios back to 1545 and DAMN! 4gb works without any issues, although the newer bios has new ahci revisions but All rights reserved. After that who knows Jan 2, 2009 #15 Sharam TS Rookie Posts: 509 Sorry corbett_1989, POST is Power On Self Test and has nothing to do with Windows loadng or
Configuration: Windows XP SP2 Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. http://brainybooks.net/vista-x64/vista-x64-troubles.html Thank you very much for the suggestion. So probably a BIOS update will solve your problem.BIOS Update Notes: http://downloadmirror.intel.com/14991/ENG/CO_6002_ReleaseNotes.pdfDownload Update:http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=N&Inst=Yes&ProductID=2372&DwnldID=14991&strOSs=164&OSFullName=Windows%20Vista*%2032&lang=eng Reply Reply with quote Complain Coolsiggy • Senior Member • Posts: 1,350 Re: Remap Memory is The Windows loading bar moving with the hard disk ocassionally making a noise.
I went to "System config", "boot" and then "advanced". Typically, your computer's hardware and Windows 7 works together to identify the hardware you have in your PC. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
whitedragon551, Aug 7, 2015 #22 Raza0007 Registered Member Joined: Mar 30, 2009 Posts: 1,425 Location: USA zfactor said: ↑ imo this model dell laptop runs better with x86 than with x64 But only two GB in Vista Any ideas? The first time when I encountered the blue screen, I rebooted and then entered the BIOS. Occasionally, your computer is not aware of what you have and may report that you have less RAM than you actually do.
Just because you can fit the sticks of RAM into your motherboard doesn’t mean your motherboard can use all of the installed memory. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. The other laptop which got downgraded to 2 GB of RAM would also not boot into Windows, even though on that Laptop too the BIOS detected downgrade in RAM and booted his comment is here I am sorry I must have missed your post while I was responding to others.
Home Premium 64-bit supports 16 GB with Professional 64-bit and above supporting 192 GB. Vista shall sit on my other Hard drive until the memory issue is adressed and also the performance issues are sorted (possibly an Nvidia GPU driver optimising and/or Vista issue). Yes, this is the first thing I checked, but since the BIOS was detecting the installed RAM correctly, so I assumed that something else was going on here. There's nothing magical about paired modules, and they can be put into any slot (so long as the board supports the ram type/density in the slot) or run by themselves individually.