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I got a pc with above processor and 2 gb ram . i have inserted another 2gb to make it 4 .
before it was 1.87 gb and after upgrade 2.97 . what was the reasone that showing 1GB less on  my computer properties . but when i check from the boot stage it says 4 gb ?

do i have to do any thing . this is the first time i am working with the i processor .

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by:Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz
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Second 2Gb are on a single memory or 2x1Gb? Check for update motherboard BIOS. 32Bit Operating systems only manage 3,6Gb RAM.
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What OS are you using? you can see how much memory is available by using the task manager,  performance tab, and look at the physical memory... If you are using a 32 bit version of windows, you will only see 3.60 or 3.50
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2gb x 2
both are 2 gb , we got 4 slots . 2 occupied
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pankaj0079 earned 63 total points
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If u r using Vista/win 7 32 bit. The operating system using the remaining ram as shared graphics memory.

to check this go to
right click my computer--->Properties---> Installed Ram will show usable RAM.

Also in same window click to windows experience Index------>View and print u will see ur system info that shows the amount of shared RAM
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