Solved i cannot share video memory through video card.

May 11, 2012 at 01:26:07
Specs: Windows XP, 448mb
how to share memory with RAM

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May 11, 2012 at 03:28:32
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If it's a laptop, or a PC with an on-board video-adapter, you adjust the amount of RAM assigned to the video-adapter by going into the
BIOS Setup > Integrated Peripherals

Note: There is an upper limit to the amount of system RAM you can assign to the video adapter, you cannot go above that. That limit depends on make/model of PC.

Also bear in mind that assigning more RAM to video means less RAM is available to Windows & applications, so unless you have plenty of installed RAM you may notice your PC runs more slowly.

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May 11, 2012 at 13:55:21
"how to share memory with RAM"

Memory & RAM are the same thing. You listed your RAM amount as 448MB. My guess is that you actually have 512MB but 64MB of it is being used by the onboard video. Increasing the video memory will decrease the system memory - you barely have enough RAM to run XP as it is. If it's a desktop system, invest in a video card instead.

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