The on board graphics memory is capped at a maximum of 32 or 64 MB main memory so that has nothing to do with this massive amount of unusable ram. Use of the Software in conjunction with non-Intel component products is not licensed hereunder. About Us Employment Privacy Policy. Your name and email address will not be added to any mailing list, and you will not receive email from Intel Corporation unless requested. Do not use or load this software and any associated materials collectively, the “Software” until you have carefully read the following terms and conditions. Once again it has nothing to do with my on board graphics card. Yes the 64 bit OS is of course necessary and that is not the problem.

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Running Windows 7 64 bit as well. I’ve been playing around for hours and I can’t figure it out. The time now is You may copy the Software onto your organization’s computers for your organization’s use, and you may make a reasonable number of back-up copies of the Software, subject to these conditions: You may transfer the Software only if the recipient agrees to be fully bound by these terms and if you retain no copies of the Software.


The included manual is well written and covers all the basics, going more in-depth with BIOS settings than we are used to seeing. Windows 7 64 bit even shows that 4 GB memory is mounted, but that only 2. Found this on your link from Intel which seems a little mind blowing at least for me it concerns something about the memory controller: Our goal is to make Download Center a valuable resource for you.

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The introduction of new processor lines lntel makes for an interesting time in the tech review world. Yes it is a “chipset limitation”, but what they “forgot” to include is that it’s a intentional limitation.

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This Software is licensed for use only in conjunction with Intel intrl products. But I still don’t understand where the 1 GB got lost since the on board graphics isn’t capable of eating that much and the chipset is supposed to support 4 GB on a 64 bit system.

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Can anyone help me I’d say my machine should be running at nearly 4 GB of available memory when I use the on board graphics card since it only requires something like 32 MB or so of my main memory, or is this not correct?