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Upgradation for vista

Since Microsoft experts says that for vista(all version) one needs to have 2gb ram,128-256mb graphic memory no matter if it’s an pci-ex or agp 4x/8x ,ide hard disk or sata hard disk, and a good sound card.

I want to know that will it be good or not good to buy a agp 8x graphic card for my mobo (ga-7vm-333m-rz) which has 4x slot but since 8x is compatible to 4xcardslot.

Will I be able to enjoy all the vista features if I upgrade this mobo?
Will there be any problem in future?

I want to know that what type (brand, chipset maker, manufacturer etc) of 8x graphic card (256mb) is best for me. I want to know the exact graphic card name, model no. and price compatible with windows vista, mostly prefer ati raedon.

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I have upgraded the ram memory form 1GB to 2GB.I want to increase the graphics memory.I have the bios version 3211.Indeed, in the bios says : "ram memory:2062" and under this it also says...


If your mo bo does not have an internal video chip, the video memory is predicated on just what is on the video card and nothing else. Just go out and get another card if that is what you wish to accomplish.

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Wont to upgrade graphic card my p.c has 2gig max ram in it wonts should i upgrade to to preform its best cheers mike


Depends on what kind of hardware you have
-Memory- 2 gb ram is "ok" if you use windows XP but if you have Vista or Windows 7 you should have a minimum of 4gb ram.
-Processor- if you have a Dual core processor you are ok, if you have a p4 or p3 you dont want to waste money on a new graphics card because it will not help you get better games, your processor and memory will slow you down instead.
So my advice is, if you have a OK computer, go ahead with buying a new graphics card if you computer is old and slow, DONT buy a new card! put your money on +2gb ram instead (cheap,and gives you more benefits) or maybe buy an "upgrade package" with new motherboard-memory-processor.

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Vista x32 want to upgrade vista x64


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 .

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Upgrading memory to 4GB failure


try to see if that memory is supported with your motherboard. The memory has something to do with that problem.

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My windows not shwoing whole RAM size


What you are seeing is correct. You have 4GB of physical RAM installed in the computer and it is being recognized properly by the BIOS. A 32-bit operating system can only address approximately 3.5GB of RAM. Vista may be rounding the number down to 3GB or if you are using on-board video, some of the RAM is being allocated for use by the video circuitry and is not reported as system memory. To see all of the installed RAM in your operaing system, you need to upgrade to a 64-bit version of Vista.

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Vista RAM usage ?


The minimum recommended ram for Vista is 1 GB, generally accepted practical minimum is 2 GB. A 1 GB system will be kinda laggy. Maximum RAM for 32 bit Vista is 4 GB.

Vista Home Premium is roughly equivalent to Windows XP Media Center Edition (Has Media Center, cann't be put on a DOMAIN type network)

Vista Business is roughly equivalent to Windows XP Professional (Can Join a Domain, Doesn't have Media Center)

Vista Ultimate has all available freatures of Vista, you can do any windows function with Ultimate

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What is the optium ram upgrade for a lenovo 3000 y410


DDR2-PC5300, and the max it will accommodate is 2GB (2 x 1GB).

Hope this helps you

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Upgrading the OS Windows XP not possible


Upgrading from OS Windows XP:

you can upgrade from Windows XP to Windows Vista(ultimate, premium, home, business.......),
you have to buy a Windows Vista CD and install a fresh copy or format.

Some Minimum Requirements:

i) Min 2GB RAM or atleast 1GB RAM(if you have>1GB RAM installation of Windows Vista will not continue)

II) External Graphic Card. for some versions of Windows Vista(to run Aero Interface, special feature only   in some versions of Windows Vista)

NOTE:

"Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor" is a software from Microsoft which you can download from internet, this  can help you determine which features and edition of Windows Vista will run on your computer. 

 i.e., when u load this software on windows xp it will suggest which upgrade version of windows vista          will suit your system(based on you system configuration. or hardware components.) and then            you can install the upgraded version of windows xp(mostly windows vista home,.........)


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Upgrading the Graphics Card? and a RAM question...


I'm sorry but the graphics card/chip in a laptop is built onto the motherboard and cannot be changed,
RAM: there are "two" types of ram in a PC system ram and video ram, I think what you have increased is the system memory, I don't think you have an option to increace your video RAM, perhaps you should consider trading in the laptop for one which is better suited to your requirements

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VIA CPU to AGP Problem with 3Gb and Vista


Problem is you need to install Vista which support 4Gb! Look for specification on Vista you have!! Mostly XP and Vista support 2Gb!
The problem is in your OS. 32 OS support max 2Gb of ram they detect you 3gb but they couldn't operate with all!!

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