Questions about my upgrade

Hi all

I have a 200 Vostro with a processor E6550, 2 GB of RAM and tried to maximize the RAM to 4 GB. I bought 2 sticks more RAM which has the same features as the original, but the system shows only 3.24 GB of physical memory. I was told that substantive services uses the rest, or. 76 GB. is that correct? I upgraded a very old PC which has a capacity of 1 GB, and it shows that I have exactly 1 GB. I'm confused.

Buzbo

First post quote:

I have a 200 Vostro with a processor E6550, 2 GB of RAM and tried to maximize the RAM to 4 GB. I bought 2 sticks more RAM which has the same features as the original, but the system shows only 3.24 GB of physical memory. I was told that substantive services uses the rest, or. 76 GB. is that correct? I upgraded a very old PC which has a capacity of 1 GB, and it shows that I have exactly 1 GB. I'm confused.

Buzbo

What size model you talk too much?

The Vostro 200 will support a 64-bit operating system and E6550 is a 64-bit processor.

All you have to do is buy and install a 64-bit operating system.

Bev.

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