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 on: Today at 03:59:04 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by MarkEAW
Typically a system likes the same brand mem sticks all the way a crossed, with same timing.
However some Motherboards allow a mix, meaning they handle the different brands properly.

Anyway you may want to get 4 gigs at once, alll the same brand, revision and timing.
or
Download a memory testing tool. Newer windows os's include a mem test so i forgot what i used back then.


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 on: Today at 03:03:03 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by JJMcGarvey
That seems to be what I am seeing but I was just getting ready to post the following when I saw your post. we will find it out one way or the other!

I opened the case and I have 4 Mem chip boards in the 4 slots. I decided that I would order a new 1 gig board and start swapping after I got it. The price is rather low compared to what they charged when this was new technology.

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 on: Today at 02:52:38 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by MarkEAW
For some reason i thought that WniXP reports 3 or 3.5 gigs on a 4 gig rig. Something to do with the os and how it handles memory.

I could be thinking of something else.

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 on: Today at 11:05:45 AM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by JJMcGarvey
I am sitting here soaked with sweat after my morning walk and I just entered my time/speed on my spreadsheet and checked my E-mail. I read Mr Jelly’s inquiry as to OS and Ram. I decided to just check. My system says 3 Gbytes and I thought that I had maxed at 4. I will open it up later and check what is physically there. Right now I will do my callisthenic exercises and wash and dress and have breakfast. I am very curious as to what is the actual situation.

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 on: Today at 08:19:52 AM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by Jel
Jack

What is your operating system, and how much RAM do you have?

;) Jel

 6 
 on: August 15, 2018, 04:24:40 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by JJMcGarvey
WED night again. I will be around but I don't expect to see anybody so I won't be sitting here waiting. I will ceck in at irregular intervals.

 I just tried to turn on Teamspeak and was informed that I needed to update to a newer version. I will try it later


I just turned my server on and I can connect to that..IP is 72.94.43.54

 7 
 on: August 13, 2018, 04:03:21 PM 
Started by dBeav - Last post by JJMcGarvey
We play on the V150 version of EAW. That is still fairly slow for me but I don't see any sort of improvement in sight. Tonight doesn't make much difference because I have to go to #1 son's house to retreave some tools that I left there. Thanks for the offer

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 on: August 13, 2018, 11:33:39 AM 
Started by dBeav - Last post by dBeav
Jack, how are your video card issues coming along? If you want to see if you have any changes with online play let me know and I'll try and get on around 7.
If you're still working out bugs I'll cut the grass (or one of the other many things on my list).

:)

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 on: August 09, 2018, 02:02:54 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by MarkEAW
okay. Sorry about that. I was hoping it would improve performance.

hmm. That's so odd too at the same time.

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 on: August 09, 2018, 12:56:53 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by JJMcGarvey
Hello MarK,

I downloaded the driver from the link to ASUS that you provided. After I installed it I got results very similar to the results that I got when WIN did an Auto-Update. I am now back to my previous settings

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