Question about VisionMan Advantage 8155 Server
Three times 1024, minus 8, is 3064.
The "missing" 8MB has been "stolen" as "video-memory" for the built-in video-adapter.
Since 3192 minus 3064 is 128, only the first 128MB out of the 1024MB is available to Windows.
It's the "design-architecture" of the 32-bit version of Windows which is the problem; hence, there is a 64-bit version of Windows which _fully_ recognizes more than 3GB of RAM, if, of course, the motherboard and CPU support 64-bit functionality.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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