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« on: July 26, 2005, 08:25:38 AM »

Operating System Version:MS Windows XP Home
Problem Hardware Make & Model:Aer Ferrari 340

This is maybe a kind of strange question, but...My laptop /Acer Ferrari3400/ are equipmed with 768MB memory, but Im a bit confused about what memory are in use: I get the following information
1) From Task Manager = Total Physical Memory (K) 522 720.
2) From "Program", "Accessories", "System information" I get: Total Physcial Memory 768MB
3) From "Control Panel", "System" and "System Properties" I get 512MB.

How can I know that my PC are using its 768MB??

Thank you for your advice and help.

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