Windows 10: Thoughts on Intel integrated ram share limit 1.67gb
Thoughts on Intel integrated ram share limit 1.67gb
Using a Toshiba laptop with no Bios option for video ram buffer limit.
1.67gb seems to be the limit. Couple things running I'm literally only using 16% of 16gbs.
I was in a configuration menu that showed the buffers address values to the shared ram but it does not look like it has an override.
Thoughts on any custom bios forceware or some hack to override the addressing of the buffer?
bios version is current no update in years...
All of my research on this indicates that this a Microsoft Windows limitation and there is nothing that you can do to change it.
Maybe somebody else will come in here with a nice tweak to share.
I've been getting this issue since I updated my motherboard BIOS from it's initial version, which I'm going to assume was F4 as it's been a while but I truly don't remember, to F7 and an F8a BIOS Gigabyte support gave me to try and resolve issues...
I have a vm with win 7 guest os that i can not install integrated services on
the option to install it is not in the action meny. have read a lot of post on the internet but nothing seams to help.
have logged on as admin on both the host...
Like how Outlook does it.
I don't use them for that reason alone.
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it would be nice, but highly doubtful!
Ohh and 1st BSOD Post! :D