Running Windows 7 64 bit as well. Yes it is a “chipset limitation”, but what they “forgot” to include is that it’s a intentional limitation. The time now is If Intel did not disable PAE on your chipset then it’s going to work. I think I’ll order a newer motherboard without the i chipset. Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members.
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Yes the 64 bit OS is of course necessary and that is not the problem.
We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action! I think I’ll ga945gcm s2c a newer motherboard without the i chipset. One thing I discovered which seems very strange for my perspective is that when I plug in ga945gcn ATI x2 2GB card ga945gcm s2c of my old it reduces the memory available to 2.
ga945gcm s2c The memory ga945gcm s2c is inside the chipset on your board. Found this on your link from Intel which ha945gcm a little mind blowing at least for me it concerns something about the memory controller: Anyway back on topic – you could try with bit Windows Server There are currently 1 users browsing this thread.
But I still don’t understand where the 1 GB got lost since the on board graphics isn’t capable of eating that much ga945gcm s2c the chipset is supposed ga945gcm s2c support 4 GB on a 64 bit system.
Durduden are you ga945gcm s2c the latest Ga945gcm s2c I’d say my machine should be ga945gcm s2c at nearly 4 GB of available memory when I use the on board graphics card since it only requires something like 32 MB or so of my main memory, or is this not correct? The time now is I’ve looked for any possible option in BIOS; extended memory and so on.
Yes it is a “chipset limitation”, but what they “forgot” to include is that it’s a intentional limitation. Join Date Jun Posts 2. Results 1 to 10 of You ga945gcm s2c need a newer motherboard to use more memory. Ga945gvm anyone got any idea of what might be the exact problem? I can’t find memory remapping in my ga945gcm s2c which I’ve seen other forums mention.
Now, if Intel decided to limit the chipset to 4GB total usable memory there is nothing you can do. Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members. If it cannot handle 4 GB of ram, which is clearly the case with this motherboard they shouldn’t say sc.
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Can anyone help me I’ve been playing around for hours and I can’t figure it out. Running Windows 7 64 bit as well. But other than that my problem is exactly ga945gcm s2c same.
So that would also always be minus your onboard GFX card as well. If you use a smaller graphics card you will see gx945gcm memory, like if you ga945gcm s2c a card with MB you should see about 3. I sure don’t hope another motherboard will have the same problems or is ga945gcm s2c only on this specific memory controller combined with the chipset i?
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If Intel did not disable PAE on your chipset then it’s going to work. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Windows 7 64 bit ga945gcm s2c shows that 4 GB memory is ga945gcm s2c, but that only 2.
I was wondering if you found a solution on the memory problem? So ga945gcm s2c the chipset supports 4 GB max why am I only able to use 2.
Now ga945tcm ga945gcm s2c be able to play the latest games the Pro does not have Pixel Shader 3. The on ga945gcm s2c graphics memory is capped at a maximum of 32 or 64 MB main memory so that has nothing to do with this massive amount of unusable ram.