Surpass the memory limit ?

I have a Biostar 945gc m7 te motherboard.
The chipset is 945gc which supports ram upto 2gb.
Is there any way I can surpass this limit ?
Any tweak ?
I want to install 4gb ram badly :(
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  1. The only solution is a new motherboard.
  2. GhislainG said:
    The only solution is a new motherboard.

    +1^ What he said!
  3. hitesh12 said:
    I have a Biostar 945gc m7 te motherboard.
    The chipset is 945gc which supports ram upto 2gb.
    Is there any way I can surpass this limit ?
    Any tweak ?
    I want to install 4gb ram badly :(



    How many DIMM slots the board have? If you still have the MB's manual, there you can look in and somehow will tell you the maximum capacity in (Gigabytes) the board will support.
  4. @aqe040466
    Two slots
    And the manual says that each slot can have max 1gb module
  5. Short answer no, the Chipset limit is 2GB - http://ark.intel.com/products/chipsets/28994
  6. hitesh12 said:
    I have a Biostar 945gc m7 te motherboard.
    The chipset is 945gc which supports ram upto 2gb.
    Is there any way I can surpass this limit ?
    Any tweak ?
    I want to install 4gb ram badly :(



    go to run msconfig. click the boot tab ( Boot.ini for xp and older). under your correct os( in multi os systems) click the advanced options in the next box that pops up click the square that says maxmem and ajust also if you click on the #processer square you unlock multi thred and multi core processers
  7. Bassmaster2585 said:
    go to run msconfig. click the boot tab ( Boot.ini for xp and older). under your correct os( in multi os systems) click the advanced options in the next box that pops up click the square that says maxmem and ajust also if you click on the #processer square you unlock multi thred and multi core processers

    Before you can support something in software, it has to be supported in the hardware. Since his motherboard won't support more than 2 GB of ram, all the software changes you make won't let him support more than 2 GB. If the hardware can't 'see' it, haw can the software?
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