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Most likely your system has UMA video (Unified Memory Architecture) which means that system RAM is used for Video. Many systems dynamically allocate RAM resources to the Video, thus you get the varying amounts of RAM accessible indicated. This is a normal function and system is working as designed.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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