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Only 3.5 GB RAM is seen ?

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So what could be the problem ? :unsure:

 

Check your bios settings. Your board may have a memory remap feature. If it is off, turn it on, if it's on, turn it off and recheck.

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Leopard sees all 4 GB. And sadly my Bios doesn't have such settings :)

 

P.S. I spoke too soon ! I does have the remap feature, so I turned it on and it did fixed the problem ! Thanx so much Phantom :unsure:

 

:)

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no problem man dunt watch information on patched system.....i have cor 2 due but it says cor 2 solo....working is same

..bye the way 3.5 is enough 4 mac os coz no games no NEthing else like that....jus surf n watch movie.....2 gb is required

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Leopard sees all 4 GB. And sadly my Bios doesn't have such settings :wacko:

 

P.S. I spoke too soon ! I does have the remap feature, so I turned it on and it did fixed the problem ! Thanx so much Phantom :gun:

 

:blink:

 

your very welcome!!

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