Jul 1, Posts: Nevarre Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: Thu Mar 20, 9: I’m okay with that. But it’s an entirely different board from yours, so It’s also possible they just didn’t put it there, though it seems odd to leave it out
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Zarquon, That was exactly it. That’s 32 bit Windows and 64 bit Windows both.
Originally posted by fitten: Is there anything in the BIOS chipset menu that has the word “remap” in it? Aug 19, Posts: Jul 1, Posts: Thu Mar 20, 2: I’m betting that something like this is happening: The viideo should probably be allocating quote: Sun May 04, 7: Feb 24, Posts: I’m okay with that.
Jan 22, Posts: Windows also only sees 2. The video should probably be allocating. I looked over the manual for that model. Thu Mar 20, Asus has a feature on their motherboards – well, newer ones at least – in the BIOS, labeled something like “memory a8n-bm.
Nevarre Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: Originally posted by Nevarre: BIOS shows it as 2. Thu Mar 20, 3: Vido why I started this thread, to figure out what that issue is. If the chipset can only address 4 GB of RAM not unusual for desktop boards vireo until very recentlythen it’s not going to be able to remap any memory above 4 GB. Milio Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: How much memory is that configured to use?
ASUS A8N-VM – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket – GeForce Overview – CNET
Thu Mar 20, 9: I know I won’t get the full 4 GB, but one of these boards has no cards in it, so I shouldn’t be losing 1. I’m trying to figure out what the other issue is.
It seems so, switch the view to Resources By Type. Apr 13, Posts: Jun 26, Posts: Both boards had the original BIOS version, Living in Scary Republican Central Registered: If so, that minus MiB for onboard video sounds exactly right.
I updated them both to