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Acer aspire 9810 memory problems

Thanks for the tip Dan.
Yes maxing out at 2gig works well enough.
Acer state in they're manual that the max memory size is 4gig. However according to memory supplier,. Vista 32bit will only address 3.5gig of this or less. The bottom line is that I now have a spare gig of memory I cannot use unless of course there is a technical workaround for this?
Thanks again Dan.

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Two things you can check.
1) Verify that the Acer doesn't require a jumper change on the motherboard to support more than 2 Gig.
2) Verify that the particular version of Vista that you have will support more than 2 Gig as well. It is possible that the Vista installation process "checks" for available memory and loads based upon that number. I don't know that for sure, but other software has done this in the past. It is best to check.
Dan

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