I'd like to think that, but so far I've seen postings from folks who have
Abit, Asus, Gigabyte, MSI and DFI all saying the same things. I'm convinced
it has to be chipset specific, not BIOS specific in this instance since it's
being reported by a wider range of folks than usual. The other quirk is that
if it was reported during beta testing and was closed as 'Not a Problem' that
it's a bad mentality thinking that folks wouldn't want to have more than 2gb
in their systems.
Me? I run video rendering software, databases, and other programs and need
the memory fairly often. Not to mention busy trying to learn some
programming and SQL Server...
"Broken down on the side of the Information Superhighway"
"Kerry Brown" wrote:
> I'm guessing it may be more motherboard specific than a generic nForce 4
> issue. Given the symptoms you describe it sounds like an issue with the way
> motherboard resources are mapped into memory. Hopefully it will be fixed
> with a BIOS update or drivers.
> Kerry Brown
> Microsoft MVP - Shell/User