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Looked up the motherboard and northbridge doesn't support remapping, in fact all 945 and older northbridges don't.
answered Mar 30 '10 by Yuhong Bao
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If you want to create a full-screen console, you will need to install and use old XP display drivers instead of WDDM drivers.
answered May 31 '10 by Yuhong Bao
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I don't pretend to be an expert in this, but I think it's a more accurate relection of the usable RAM in 10.6, possibly as a result of RAM set aside for the video card? For one thing, the 945 an …
answered May 31 '10 by Yuhong Bao
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As an alternative, try checking your BIOS to see if there is an option to switch to ATA compatibility mode.
answered May 11 '13 by Yuhong Bao
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Have you tried DISABLING memory remapping in the BIOS? Because on AMD64 systems with IMC, one common method of memory remapping (hoisting) can leave you with only 2GB below the 4GB line, and it was th …
answered Mar 25 '10 by Yuhong Bao
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All of Intel's listed Pentium CPU's support Intel64, which makes me seriously doubt they will support PAE with a 32-bit OS. False, in fact by definition all x86 CPUs that support x64 or even NX w …
answered May 31 '10 by Yuhong Bao
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On an Intel system, desktop chipsets 945 and older cannot map any RAM over the 4GB line. This is a hardware limit and cannot be workaround in software. If that is no problem, check your BIOS for memor …
answered May 31 '10 by Yuhong Bao
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The reason this is so confusing is that Mac OS X is the only OS that can run most of the 32-bit kernel in compatibility mode of long mode while running native 64-bit apps on top (in 64-bit mode of cou …
answered Jul 2 '11 by Yuhong Bao
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Both. Solaris 10 and later has both 32-bit and 64-bit binaries. On boot the CPU is detected and a 32-bit or 64-bit kernel is automatically chosen. When you run a program, similar detection occurs as t …
answered Jun 19 '11 by Yuhong Bao
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Fixed by MS: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2534409
answered Jun 15 '11 by Yuhong Bao
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If you have Visio 2010 installed you may also wish to consider the compatiblity pack recently released: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39640
answered Nov 17 '13 by Yuhong Bao
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You could use a SO-DIMM to DIMM adapter to use the SO-DIMMs in desktop boards, but these typically block an adjacent slot. But there are four slot motherboards with extra spacing between sets of two D …
answered Jun 14 '15 by Yuhong Bao
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Firefox 38 has removed the option to reenable insecure renegotiation. See https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1123020 The best solution is to ask the server admin to patch their servers.
answered Jul 4 '15 by Yuhong Bao
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Probably the best way is to use performance counters: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/askperf/2008/06/10/the-basics-of-page-faults/
answered Jul 30 '17 by Yuhong Bao
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You are looking at early AMD 64-bit processors, before Rev F (which is when they moved to DDR2 memory). There is some early stepping D Intel Noconas too that did not support it, I think, but these are …
answered Nov 19 '10 by Yuhong Bao

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