as long as i just tried everything to solve this random problem, i'm here asking about a soluton through the BIOS of my motherboard. I have 6 gb of ram installed (2x2gb and 2x1gb, BIOS checks them if you enter), but when windows shows up, the system window says i have 6gb ram, but only 2'93gb are usable for me. I don't know why this happened, and i tried everything i saw through windows, so i thought it could be a BIOS issue. If someone can help me, i'd be really grateful, because my pc is really slow now and has many freezes by just having 2-3 firefox tabs open, becuase i have like 60% ram usage on idle and 90%-98% just by opening firefox.
Thank you to anyone that comes to help
Download, run, and save the results of this utility as a text file:
Then ATTACH the text file (using the paperclip under the toolbar).
Wait a minute, the DIMMs in a channel need to be the same. You should have the 2GB DIMMs in CHANNEL A and the 1GB DIMMs in CHANNEL B.
Hope this helps,
your mobo is pretty old. 1) Try update your bios or/and load default settings in bios. 2) In chipset or memory settings there must be an option Memory remap enabled. At least in Asus mobo they have such an option. 3) reinstall your windows 10-64 as clean install.