I am attempting to install Windows 10 on my desktop.
I got an error in the "Reserve Windows 10" app stating that I need at least 2GB of RAM (I am installing the 64 bit version).
I downloaded the media creation tool, hoping to bypass the Reserve app. The media creation tool still says I do not have enough Ram though.
The full error message: "You need to install at least 2 GB of RAM before you can install and run Windows 10. Contact the PC manufacturer to see if you can install more RAM."
I have 12GB Ram installed. 2 x 2GB modules and 2 x 4GB modules. I swopped out modules, removed them, used one at a time, all modules are working fine and are recognized by Windows. The install simply wont work.
I have tried the following configurations for my Ram (A = 4GB same brand, B = 2GB same brand):
- A B A B
- B A B A
- A _ _ _
- A _ A _
- B _ B _
- B B _ _
I am currently running Windows 8.1 Pro as my OS.
There was a bug with the technical preview and some VMs stating not enough physical memory. As I am open to any ideas I removed "Windows 8.1 Update KB2995388", this did not fix the problem.
Some system info from dxdiag.exe:
The error message:
The question is being asked on other forums as well (not by myself) with no helpful answers yet. Links I have found so far:
As per suggestions in the comments I tried the following:
- Changing the page file
- Swopping out the Ram stick in even more configurations
- Running memtest86+ (No errors reported)
- Installing from external media (both USB and DVD)
Any other solutions I can try?