Question about Acer Computers & Internet
Recently RAM upgrade on Acer Veriton 7700GX (32bit machine, but using Windows 7 RC1), however motherboard is only able to see 3GB instead of 4GB. I have tested each ram on the different slots and no issue. The Acer esetting software is reporting slot 1+3 512MB, slot 2+4 1GB. I have also upgraded BIOS to R01-E0. I read on Internet about memory mapping but not able to access this function even with CTRL-F1. The only hot key I can use is ALT-F4, but none of the function relates to memory mapping. I have also unplugged other hardware components and tried to reduce power by unplugging unused devices. I would apperciate any advise or suggestions. Thanks.
4GB RAM requires a 64 bit compatible processor AND Operating System to be able to access
addresses in memory that exceed the 32 bit assress space.
I'm not familiar with the motherboard that you are using but simply expanding RAM isn't enough if your
system isn't 64 bit compliant. Assuming it is, then ensure that you are using a 64 bit version of Windows 7 opposed to a 32 bit release candidate.
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