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SubjectRe: Kernel doesn't recognize complete memory
Frank Fiene wrote:
> Lenovo Z61p, Intel Core2 Duo T7200
>
> I have 4GB RAM installed and BIOS recognize 4GB RAM.
> Linux kernel (Ubuntu-7.04, 32bit-PAE and 64bit, openSUSE-10.2 32bit-PAE
> and 64bit) tells me: only 3GB of RAM are installed.
>
> Any other user with a 4GB Thinkpad? tytso?
>
> What can i do? Please help!
>
> Regards
> Frank

Please post your bootup dmesg output. If your chipset doesn't support
memory remapping above 4GB or the BIOS doesn't enable it, you won't be
able to use all 4GB of memory.

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