It doesn’t appear to be in the BIOS shown in the manual, maybe it’s been added in a revision since then. Windows also only sees 2. Milio Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: The video should probably be allocating I tried disabling serial, parallel, unused IDE and there was no change. Thu Mar 20, 9: There is a “System Information” area in there.
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There is a “System Information” area in there. How much memory is a8-nvm configured to use? The video is allocating MB of both systems, leaving both systems with 2. Zarquon Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Thu Mar 20, The video should probably be allocating quote: It seems so, switch the view to Resources By Type.
A8N-VM/S | Asus A8N-VM/S Amd Socket Motherboard
Jun 26, Posts: Any memory remapping settings in BIOS? Does the board only support 3GiB memory?
Thu Mar 20, 7: I’m not sure what to do to this board to get it to see all the RAM. If the chipset can only address 4 GB of RAM not unusual for desktop boards up until very recentlythen it’s not going to be able to remap any memory above 4 GB.
ASUS A8N-VM – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket 939 – GeForce 6100 Series
Asus has a feature on their motherboards – well, newer ones at least – in the BIOS, labeled something like “memory remap. If so, that minus MiB for onboard video sounds exactly right. Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor.
Is there anything in the BIOS chipset menu that has the word “remap” in it? Nov 10, Posts: Vido am using both boards in a server capacity, so I am using onboard video for both.
BIOS shows it as 2. Living in Scary Republican Central Registered: Apr 13, Posts: Mmmm new sharepoint boxen.
But it’s an entirely different board from yours, so I looked over the manual for that model. Originally posted by Nevarre: Aug 19, Posts: Originally posted by continuum: Zarquon, Vdeo was exactly it. Wed May 07, 2: Sun May 04, 7: I updated them both to It’s also possible they just didn’t put it there, though it seems odd to leave it out Thu Mar 20, 2: Isn’t it possible to see which devices are using which memory addresses in Device Manager?