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I have 256mb ram and 80gb HDD but it shows 234mb ram and 74gb HDD

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i have changed the ram slot also even than it shows the same

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Your motherboard i probably using some of your ram for video. Aside from that, RAM isn't an exact science so you don't get exactly what it says. All computers will list different amounts, not exactly this many MB's. When you get to GB it's a bit easier because the numbers are small.

Don't worry, it's normal. Do you have an onboard sound or videocard, this is where some of the ram might be being used up. Otherwise, it's just how your computer reads the ram.

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