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Just because that 'missing' memory is not showing as available in Windows, does not mean it is not still being used - its used by internal hardware functions. This is normal behaviour and you therefore shouldn't worry about this in the slightest. If the optimum performance would be to have the memory utilised some other way, you can bet the OS and drivers would see to that so leave things exactly as they are, safe in the knowledge that it's as it's meant to be
Thanks for your detailed reply
I got ur explaination.
Now i am free of worry about my ram.
Though i am using both 32 and 64 bit.
Thanks again for your help
C U Later