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Old 2nd July 2009, 00:55
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Default I have Ubuntu 9.04 x64 on Pc with 4GB but only 3,8GB is detected

Hello to everyone,

I have linux ubuntu x64 and only are detected 3,8GB from 4GB installed, my motherboard is an gigabyte with graphic card integrated but i have it desactived because i use a 8800gts 256mb.
The microprocessor is an AMD athlon 64 -5200+, in Xp x64 whole memory is working (4gb).

Somebody know why happens that?

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if you use version x64
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if you use version x64
Off course, I've said it's Ubuntu 64bits.
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