Updating bios ga ma69vm s2

14-Jul-2017 09:00

At the end of this article there is a link to our program that recovers factory capacity of any hard drive. There are ways to get around this problem, but since these Operating Systems are rather rare nowadays, I do not see the point of writing about them.

Windows 2000, 2003 and XP do not support big drives by default; you will have to install the latest service pack in order to get big drives working properly on these OS.

Going from 4GB to 7GB would still be a huge help in reducing swap/pagefile use, so I booted into Windows only to get bluescreen during logon twice in a row.

After an and a STOP error, I gave up and restored the original 4x1GB RAM configuration.

The CPU is supported but as I can't see a POST I'm not sure if under the BIOS revision thats installed.

Author: Dmitry Postrigan 531 Comments This article is a complete guide on recovering your hard drive’s factory capacity.

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Please refer "CPU Support List" for more information.

Chipset - North Bridge Chipset: AMD 690V - South Bridge Chipset: AMD SB600 - Super I/O chip: ITE IT8716 - Integrated Peripherals - - Realtek RTL8110 Gigabit Ethernet - - Realtek ALC888 Audio Codec Memory - 4 DDR2 DIMM memory slots (supports up to 16GB memory)(Note 1) - Supports dual channel DDR2 800/667/533/400 DIMMs - Supports 1.8V DDR2 DIMMs (Note 1) Due to the limitation of Windows 32-bit operating system, when more than 4GB of physical memory is installed, the actual memory available for the operating system will be less than 4GB; Windows 64-bit operating system doesn't have such limitation.

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The system worked for the rest of the school year with 13GB of RAM (3x4GB and 1x original 1GB).