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4GB memory ram installed 3.80 usable, why?

FSeal

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If it were the 32 bit version you might only have 2.4 gig usable!

If you do have a built in video adapter (along with your real video card) turning the built in one off in the BIOS (if there is a seting for that) might help some.
 

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If it were the 32 bit version you might only have 2.4 gig usable!

If you do have a built in video adapter (along with your real video card) turning the built in one off in the BIOS (if there is a seting for that) might help some.
Not necessarily. 3.25GB is more typical.
 

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Literally , it mean the both of these figures are supposed to be a combination giving you approximately 8gb ..
 

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Literally , it mean the both of these figures are supposed to be a combination giving you approximately 8gb ..
Welcome to the forum Ken. Just so you are aware, you posted in a thread that was last updated in 2012!
 

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