I have two RAM's ,256 & 512mb.i m presently using both of them but the display drivers of my 256 RAM are not working properly,so whenever i try to run a game it doesnt work.Will 256mb chip harm d the other RAM i.e 512 mb ,in long run?how can the problm b solved,can the display drivers be reinstalled ?
what exactlay is the best configuration to play games on the computer?
Try to change the slot of the ram,it might happen that your second Ram strip does not fit on slot properly , check all these two option and if there is any loose fitting it will start working and your operating system detect your RAM .
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Select CLONE, Y not spanned desktop.
Clone and Span modes tell Windows that only one monitor is present on the machine. They don't give Windows control over individual monitors, but they don't require Windows to support multiple monitors either.
True Multi-monitor mode is different. Here, the display driver tells Windows the actual number of monitors attached to the computer. Each monitor can have its own display and each can have its own independent display resolution and color depth.
Does your computer have True Multi-monitor support? One way to tell is to right-click the Windows desktop and choose Properties from the popup menu then click the Settings tab of the Display Properties dialog box. You MUST have latest drivers from manufacturers web site installed to. Us the control panel from that to adjust.
microsoft provides upgrade discs from it's site (you should payteh freight). If u are using Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic, there is no way to upgrading.
else, the other versions allows u to upgrade. remember: the only difference between 32 and 64 bit is the RAM memory usage (32 bit will not use more than 3,2GB RAM), and there are a lot of programs that won't run properly in 64 bit version .