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Loss of ram

I moved my computer to another room and lost 32mb of ram. how can i resolve this issue?

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  • biggdogg22 Jan 11, 2008

    no. never added a video card. thank's for trying.

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Does the computer have 2 video ports on it - meaning does it have on-board video and someone added a video card?

If so, once you moved it, you may have hooked it back up to the on-board video port instead of the card. Most on-board video used 32mb of memory, which would explain the memory loss.

I hope this helps.

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