If i change my operating system to Windows 8, will this problem go away? See if it goes far enough to error out on finding a boot disk. Are you a Foxconn Computer and Internet Expert? But installing more RAM is part of the solution to the problem, is it not? Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes!
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If i’m not mistaken, the g31 chipset supports up to 8gb of ram even if the board manufacturer says differently Sign up using Facebook.
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Theres sometimes a bios option to change how much ram it will reserve. Please assign your manual to a product: Posted on Aug 19, Be the first to answer.
If it happens even with nothing connected, you’ve either got a bad power supply, or the motherboard’s shot. This is not a “problem” toxconn you seem to think it is.
Windows 8 will not “fix” it because nothing is “broken”. Sileno Brito 6. But either way, you can’t solve this problem without changing something.
If i change my operating system to Windows 8, will this problem go away? There should be no built-in GPU or whatnot in use which consumes main memory on your motherboard.
Posted on Jan 07, Be the first to answer. But installing more RAM is part of the solution to the problem, is it not?
Answered on Oct 20, Why is this a problem? I believe that add more memory is not possible, i have more memory, but motherboard support is only 4GB.
It needs to support at least 8 GB. Not finding what you are looking for?
Or does Windows 8 have this problem too? No, you can’t solve this problem without upgrading your hardware. To understand what the remapping is and why it’s important here, please read this.
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Posted va Oct 17, Be the first to answer. Answered on Feb 15, Answered on Jul 06, The BIOS on your board should also have an option to “enable” the remapping. Answered on Jan 10, I read some documents about your motherboard and it seems that the chipset itself supports remapping 1.