What happens when a flash memory card is installed in a slot and it is recognized by windows?
The drivers to access it as a disk are loaded.
I think it is the same as XP: # Right click "My Computer" # Select "Properties" # On the "General" tab you should be able to read (towards the bottom) the amount of RAM recognized by Windows (Note: the amount of RAM on the memory modules installed might be greated due to motherboarsd not able to address some of the memory)
It depends on how much memory has been physically put in the computer. Most x32 computers can handle up to 4gb. To find out how much your computer has, on a Windows OS computer: # Go to the start menu # Click on All Programs # Expand Accessories # Expand System Tools # Open System Information # Find "Installed Physical Memory" And how much memory (ram) that is installed in your computer is shown there.
Physical memory or real memory is the actual memory installed in the computer system for instance a DDR module, Virtual memory is usually a file on a disk drive that the operating system uses to store information (swap-to-from) when the real memory becomes full, for instance the page (swap) file on a Windows or Linux system.
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