BIOS aperture size????

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  1. kajal

    kajal New Member

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    can anyone tell me that how to.........
    "Set the AGP aperture size to 256MB in the Bios??".
     
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    Which BIOS and Motherboard you have ?
     
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    i had an intel 845G i think. i cant find it now, but earlier i found an option somewhere in the bios to change the video agp aperture size.i hav no idea now ware d option is.

    i had gotten 640mb ram from 128mb, so i set the aperture size to 256. but now in windows, the video memory has increased from 32 to 48 only. (i checked thru dxdiag and display properties.) is it some kinda limit on onboard gfx or something else ?
     
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    thx...i thot it wz da same thing as vid memory but now i kno wat it is.
     
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    Thats a great link. thanks digen
     
  8. gxsaurav

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    set it to 64 MB that enough for your system
     
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