Originally Posted by guyladouche
Actually you're wrong. Windows Vista SP1 has a fix that SHOWS the full actual amount of physical RAM you have if it's more than 3.2GB, but the OS will still only address 3.2-3.5GB of it due to how the overall system memory is mapped out. Showing 4GB now in SP1 is just a superficial fix 'cause people don't like the OS to show they have less RAM than they actually do. But it will only address and use 3.2GB of it (give or take...).
Yeah, you're right, I just looked at my task manager and it says 3581MB total memory even though the system properties show 4GB.
Also, tomaskir, try right clicking on My Computer and go to properties and see how much it says there, because that system info says you have 4096MB total memory.Edited by Jacko87 - 5/30/08 at 9:17am