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I have two questions that bothers me, and for which I couldn't find an adequate answers here.
This is my laptop's configuration: HP Probook 455 G1 (Windows 7 Ultimate x64)
- AMD A8-4500M - 1.96Ghz
- 4096Mb RAM
- Chipset AMD A70M Fusion
- Chiptype (dxdiag) AMD Radeon HD 7640G...
- Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 8750 2Gb
First, I have a memory problem. In myComputer it displays that only 3.2Gb out of 4Gb is in use. I tried suggestions to change the BIOS but couldn't find where? And in msconfig the maximum memory isn't checked.
Second, because I have 4Gb RAM, and I expect nice performance. Should I buy another RAM module, also 4Gb, so I would have 8Gb in total. When I do that, would it be better for playing games (B4, MW, FC3, etc) and what amount of memory should be usable then? 6.4 or...?
Here's the screenshot:
What to do? Should I change anything now, or leave the 3.2GB? If yes, where and how... Should I upgrade RAM?