Where is the memory remap feature In Gigabyte GA-EP45T-USB3P

Exactly where is this feather and by Name?

Gigabyte EP45T-USB3P Award Bios 6

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ba2486@chartermi.net
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  1. That setting most likely isn't available (it definitely isn't on the EP45-UD3P); memory remapping is enabled by default. Do you have a requirement to disable it?
  2. I am running Windows Ultimate x64 with 8gb of Mushkin DDR3 PC3 28000 1600 2x4gb Memory at 1.7 volts. Post boot shows 8gb, windows shows 8gb with 3.25gb usable. CPU Q9300 2.5 MHz running at 2.5 Video = CrossfireX - 2x ATI Visiontek 5670. msconfig boot mem max unchecked. Vertual mem set at custom 5120 men and max, Let windows decide unchecked. 7 WD HDDs no Raid. Seems remapping must be disabled. Gigabyte was no help at all, they blamed it on windows with this as a short answer.
  3. On the Performance tab of Task Manager, what are the values for Physical Memory (MB) Total, Cached, Available and Free?
  4. GhislainG said:
    On the Performance tab of Task Manager, what are the values for Physical Memory (MB) Total, Cached, Available and Free?



    MB 3326
    AV 2015
    Free-64
    Cached 1970
  5. What does Control Panel, System, "Show which operating system is running" display in the System section?
  6. Windows Experience Index 5.9
    CPU 7.3
    Ram 5.9
    Vid 7/0
    HDD 5.9


    Intel 2 Quad CPU Q9300 @2.50 GHz 2.50 GHz

    8 GB (3.25) usable

    No Pen or Touch

    ba2486
  7. It doesn't show what OS you're running?
  8. GhislainG said:
    It doesn't show what OS you're running?


    I am running Windows Ultimate x64 with 8gb of Mushkin DDR3 PC3 28000 1600 2x4gb Memory at 1.7 volts. Post boot shows 8gb, windows shows 8gb with 3.25gb usable. CPU Q9300 2.5 MHz running at 2.5 Video = CrossfireX - 2x ATI Visiontek 5670. msconfig boot mem max unchecked. Vertual mem set at custom 5120 men and max, Let windows decide unchecked. 7 WD HDDs no Raid. Seems remapping must be disabled. Gigabyte was no help at all, they blamed it on windows with this as a short answer.
  9. Did you try resetting the BIOS to its default settings? Could you install Windows x64 on another disk (it should be the only drive that's connected to your system) with only one video card?

    Can you post the screen where you see 3.25 GB usable? I can't see that in Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008.
  10. GhislainG said:
    Did you try resetting the BIOS to its default settings? Could you install Windows x64 on another disk (it should be the only drive that's connected to your system) with only one video card?

    Can you post the screen where you see 3.25 GB usable? I can't see that in Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008.



    Start / Computer right Click select properties get this information.
  11. Seems no one really knows Why this is happening, and yes I have tried Default settings and optimum settings. I have 6 computer with different Gigabyte boards 5 running only one video card but all running 6 and 7 WD sata HHD's and all running win x64 OS and 5 running 4 gb of memory, Non of them use all the memory.
    no Raid.

    So if intel chipsets and or Gigabyte boards can't use memory above 4gb so be it. I see a lot of people claiming they are able to use 8 or more gigs, but no one ever post how and with what rig setup they are achieving this.

    So Show me proof and list the rig components used.

    Thanx
    ba2486
  12. Did you perform a fresh install on all systems? It's difficult to understand how you could have that issue on all systems. I'm running Windows Server 2008 x64 on a Gigabyte motherboard and all 8 GB of memory is available.
  13. GhislainG said:
    Did you perform a fresh install on all systems? It's difficult to understand how you could have that issue on all systems. I'm running Windows Server 2008 x64 on a Gigabyte motherboard and all 8 GB of memory is available.



    So you see you are running Server software I am running Windows, huge difference, and yes I did a fresh install to a new Hard drive to all systems.

    Two of which were Retail Windows x 64 The others are RTM.
  14. When using 4 GB of RAM, there should be no difference. What version of Windows x64? XP, Vista or 7? Can you list all hardware on the Gigabyte EP45T-USB3P system?
  15. GhislainG said:
    When using 4 GB of RAM, there should be no difference. What version of Windows x64? XP, Vista or 7? Can you list all hardware on the Gigabyte EP45T-USB3P system?



    Windows Server 2008 x64 is not XP,Vista or 7, if it were it would not be called windows server.

    I have no other equipment running on any of these rigs, other than a USB HHD Dock , off or on makes no difference.

    Two rigs have USB Printers.
  16. My systems also run Windows 7 Ultimate X64 just fine and I made no changes to the configuration. All I did is install it and all RAM was available.
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