<CT> Re: RAM

  • From: "Budd" <BuddNTexas@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: calmira_tips@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 03:54:11 +0000

> I see my PC counting 19 MB RAM when it is starting.
> Calmira says to me that I got more than 27.000 KB when I
> use my cursor to get information on the system from it.
> What is the reason for this difference?
> Thank you

You probably have 19 MB physical RAM on the motherboard
(although usually the size RAM is in powers of 2 -- example
4, 8, 16, 24 etc.).  Meanwhile, Windows is probably setting
up a "virtual memory" drive on the hard disk which make it
appear you have about 24MB RAM.   Check under:
Start-->Settings-->Control Panel-->386 Enhanced-->Virtual Memory
to see what type "swap" file is set up.

Budd <>< BuddNTexas@xxxxxxxxx

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