I understand that if I have an integrated graphics and 4 gb of ram, windows 7 needs to address some of it o the integrated ones. However how come if I have a discrete graphics card with 1 gb of vram, ...
I'm currently running Windows 7 Professional 32-bit with 6 GB of RAM. I use a PAE patch to enable use of more than 3.5 GB of RAM in 32-bit Windows. A similar discussion took place here: How can I ...
I installed FC 15 onto a laptop that previously had XP installed. While XP reported that Physical Address Extension was enabled, I am unable to find any reference to it in Fedora. How can I tell if ...
Firstly let me say I've seen a number of similar questions on SuperUser, and I don't think this is a duplicate. (Most address 4GB RAM installed. I have 6GB) I have Windows XP 32-bit running on a ...
I upgrade my system (using the built-in upgrade mechanism) from 9.10 to 10.04. My kernel is reported now as 2.6.32-24-generic (that means 32 bit, right?) The systems seems to only be able to access ...
Possible Duplicate: Why does Windows only show about 3.5 GB of my more than 4 GB of RAM? I have 4 GB of RAM which I understand is the maximum for Windows 7 32 bit. My system recognizes ...
I know that Windows XP 32-bit can be configured, through PAE, to support more than 3.5 GB of RAM. Is there a good tutorial to do this with Windows 7 32-bit? As to why I don't simply use 64-bit ...
I recently installed 8GB of RAM onto a quad core workstation (HP xw8600) running Windows XP Pro (32-bit). I added the /PAE switch in the boot.ini file, but the SysInfo is saying 3GB total memory ...