RE: (imdisk -a -s 1900M -m X: -p "/fs:ntfs /q /y" )
1GB = 1024MB, 1900/1024= 1.86GB - NTFS (formatting)
4GB*1024MB/GB = 4096MB
Not having a clue of ImDisk (imdisk -a -s 4096M -m X: -p "/fs:ntfs /q /y" )
imdisk -a -s 4096M -m R: -p "/fs:ntfs /q /y" ; noted others used R (vs X)
Thanks for the info, yet I'm still unable to get over 2GB with 8GB ram, or 2x4GB ram from 1 slot. ImDisk is a very reasonable program.. might be the first one I have used, but it has all the tools I want (PageFile at startup, image filing for temp files, qualifying the leftover space from the useable ram). The ONLY problem that I have is not being able to access more than 2GB from the unallocated 4GB stick. Not to mention, I remember my 1900M Ramdisk actually had to be shrunk to 1700 after I deleted/re-made the partition a few times. It seems the program loses memory space from editing the Ramdisk.
Do u see in the bios both sticks?
Still unable to see ram-timing changes after startup, no matter how many times I change bios timings.