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comment What is the maximum amount of ram a 64bit machine can theoretically address?
@Malvineous I was talking about something more fundamental, even if you limit yourself to 63 bits you can directly address 9223372 TB. And SSDs in a RAM slot already exist, see Sandisk.
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comment Getting proper resolution with Windows 7 and older monitor
All I know is that Windows Update offered me an optional update that said it was specifically for that driver. Unfortunately I don't know what the version was before the update, nor did I check to see if the update installed successfully.
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comment Getting proper resolution with Windows 7 and older monitor
I agree, nice comprehensive answer - this is totally worth the +50 you're getting. And for the record, the driver I had was not the one originally bundled with Windows 7 but one that I received through Windows Update.
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comment Getting proper resolution with Windows 7 and older monitor
@and31415 I'm asked to approve about 4 different apps when I log in. The utility I spoke of is called GfxUI.exe and it's located in Windows\System32. The resolution seems to be holding. TotalDTDCount is still 0. Monitor Asset Manager is now erroring out when I start it so I'm unable to rerun those tests.
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comment Getting proper resolution with Windows 7 and older monitor
@and31415 you've actually solved my problem. Please leave an answer so I don't have to waste the bonus.
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comment Getting proper resolution with Windows 7 and older monitor
@and31415 I tried the Intel utility that was installed with the driver and it let me create a 1280x1024 profile. Once I unchecked the "Hide modes" checkbox I was allowed to choose it, and it's working! Let's see if it will hold this time.