From: Geddy Lee (nospam_at_for.me)
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 19:10:36 +0200
first of all let me say that I appreciate your help. But your attitude needs
to be put into check in regards to your comment about using Google. Do you
have any idea how little time I have to keep running back and forth to
Google for information. NONE: I am lucky that I can take a few minutes off
of work now to do this.
In regards to the BIOS question; I'll have to get back to you about that
one. I am using SANDRA and AIDA32, and they are both telling me 448MB.
I'll keep you posted here in performance_maintenance
Now I have looked and found the information that you require.
Here is what my BIOS is saying.
512MB with 64MB Shared Memory. (That is my video, that much I know)
L1 Cache 128
L2 Cache 512
All I could think of is that the stupid thing was loose in the mounting; but
it is as snug as a bug in a rug.
Any tips from anyone
"Shenan Stanley" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Geddy Lee wrote:
> > I just put in 2 x 512 MB RAM into my XP Pro (AMD 2500) computer. Now
> > my "system Properties" is telling me that I only have 448MB. What
> > have I done wrong? Help would be greatly appreciated
> Shenan Stanley wrote:
> > My GOD man - Learn to crosspost! This multiple posting is getting
> > old FAST!
> > Did you make sure (manuals) that your computer (hardware) could
> > handle that much RAM?
> > If you did, did you verify the type/speed?
> > If you did, did you verify the placement?
> Geddy Lee wrote:
> > Yes, yes and yes.
> > Nobody has ever told me how to cross post and I have been at this for
> > some time. Every says "Crosspost". Okay....., tell me how.
> How much RAM does your BIOS/post screen tell you that you have?
> As for your other question (as well as the ones you keep coming back
> might I suggest learning to use Google?
> <- Shenan ->
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