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SubjectRe: 4GB memory and Intel Dual-Core system
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Hi Alejandro,

> > the board in this system is a Intel D945GNT and the box tells me the
> > maximum supported amount of RAM is 4 GB. So there should be a way to
> > address this amount memory.
>
> The board did take the 4GB of RAM and it is finding them, therefore supports
> them. It is just not designed to give a full 4GB of RAM to the system, it only
> gives 3.4XGB RAM and the rest is really not used, then basically the system
> just tries to give the 0.6xGB RAM remaining a task by it being used by "System
> Resources"
>
> This isn't really Linux dependant.

so there is no way to give me back the "lost" memory. Is it possible
that another motherboard might help?

Regards

Marcel


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