Daryl J Hudson III Facing Problem With Windows 7

Daryl J Hudson III Facing Problem With Windows 7

Hello Friends,

Myself Daryl J Hudson III I own a new laptop and utilizing it in
Vista with no difficulty so far. Just recently, I intalled Windows 7,
wichautomaticallyset up the newest driver for the board stated.

My issue is as given below:-
In Vista I get 128Mb of VRAM and 230MB in 'shared memory'.
In Windows 7, where I was looking to be albe to run better games, I only get 64Mb of VRAM

Hope somebody will help me.

Thanks

Daryl J Hudson III

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Quoting daryljhudsoniiiMy issue is as given below:-
In Vista I get 128Mb of VRAM and 230MB in 'shared memory'.
In Windows 7, where I was looking to be albe to run better games, I only get 64Mb of VRAM

Hope somebody will help me.

Hi Daryl, I think you need to verify and changeVirtual Memory settings. Please follow:

'Control Panel' -> 'System' -> 'Advanced' -> 'Performance Settings' -> 'Advanced' -> 'Virtual Memory ( Button Change )'

and set values for 'Initial size (MB)' and 'Maximum size (MB)' and then press button 'Set'. For example,

'Initial size (MB)' <- 8192
'Maximum size (MB)' <- 32768

8192 MB = 8 GB
32768 MB = 32 GB

Best regards,
Sergey

Hi Daryl, I think you need to verify and changeVirtual Memory settings. Please follow

@Sergey I think that Daryl's postis reffering to Video Memory not virtual memory.

@Daryl
If you are talking about the shared Video Memory you have to change the settings in your BIOS.

Quoting iliyapolak

Hi Daryl, I think you need to verify and changeVirtual Memory settings. Please follow

@Sergey I think that Daryl's postis reffering to Video Memory not virtual memory.

@Daryl
If you are talking about the shared Video Memory you have to change the settings in your BIOS.

Sorry, guys. 'VRAM' abbreviation confused me.
Best regards,
Sergey

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