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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by shinny1, Jan 24, 2002.

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  1. shinny1

    shinny1 Thread Starter

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    I have a friends PC she is running win95. when we bootup it reads that there is 64k of memory. It reads 64 in the Bios to.
    But in windows system property's it is only reading 20k
    Help!!!!!
     
  2. alaric_1224

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    whether it's 64k or 20k you need to get more memory. adding new memory might fix the problem all together and both of those amounts are incredibly low to run anything worthwhile.
     
  3. Hamill

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    Does sound like bad memory. If you have some extra it would be worth swapping it to see if the problem follows the memory or the pc. If you are going to replace or upgrade make sure you determine the proper memory for replacemet. You will need either simms or dimms depending on the mother board. You may have to select different speed memory also. Make sure to refer to the pc documentation or contact the manufacturer.
    Good Luck
     
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