What may make you laugh or cry is the fix limits Windows to just 512MB.
The bottom line for Windows 9x/ME users is to just install 512MB and go home.
I'm trying to upgrade the RAM with a 512 MB DDR DIMM (PC 2700 at 333MHz), which is the same as the first DIMM (PC 2700). The BIOS recognizes the new extended memory, but when I add the second, newer, module, it prevents WinMe from starting. Both modules work alone, but not in a pair.
What is the cause of this and how can it be fixed?
Thank you for the input.
Date: October 28, 2002 at 09:56:17 Pacific
Subject: Insufficient memoery to run DOS pro
It is a file cache issue when you get above 512.
Do Start > Run > System.ini
Scroll to the [vcache] section and add the line
Save, exit and reboot
shows vchache size and physical memory size
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