Question about Intel Desktop Board D845WN Motherboard

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Upgrading to 3GB of memory

Does anyone know how to get the Intel D845WN to recognize 3GB of memory? Although the documentation states that it is possible, each time I try to go beyond 2GB my machine doesn't get past the Intel splash screen at startup. If I hit F2, it indicates that that "setup is now starting" but just stays there until I turn it off. Thanx

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  • falconhawk Feb 07, 2008

    Thanks for the input r_generato!
    I have an ATI Radeon 9800 video card, Forgive my ignorance but I was under the impression that the memory capability of the mobo was independent of the video memory. Please clarify what you mean by "maybe the video share by my mobo is almost 1gig." - and how do I check and/or change this? Also, I've seen references to how the BIOS affects how the memory is recognized. I do have the latest BIOS update from Intel (P15).

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What do you mean? You want to see if your memo reach 3Gigs because you put 3gigs on it? If thats the case, maybe the video share by your motherboard is almost 1gig? [do you have an outboard video card?] if none, thats what Im talking about[maybe the video share by your motherboard is almost 1gig]

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