OK, so it's not a hardware problem
by wpgwpg - 4/9/13 6:20 AM
In Reply to: Bios by bikymoncnet
There're settings that can affect the amount of RAM Windows will use. From the Windows 7 Help and Support, "If you're using a 64-bit version of Windows and see a difference between the amount of installed memory and the amount of usable memory, you might need to change some settings in your computer's basic input/output system (BIOS). For more information, check with your computer manufacturer." While you're looking at the BIOS, you should check the boot order because you probably don't want to try booting from those SD cards.
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