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4Gb Ram Not Been Seen

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The 2 GB is most likely the virtual memory that a default Windows userland process can see (unless you shift the username/kernel barrier), not physical memory.

 

 

i'm pretty sure it isn't the Virtual Mem cuz look.. (posting stats from MIRC script)

 

Memory Usage: (Usage: 0/2048MB (0.00%)) ¤ (----------) ¤ Virtual Memory: (Usage: 53/2048MB (2.6%)) ¤ (----------) ¤ Page File: (Usage: 0/0MB (0%)) ¤ (----------)

 

and when i use task manager to see how much i'm using its currently at 336MB. Total Physical Memory 3144112K

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Mirc using a signed integer 32 bit integer, or using a Win32 call returning a signed 32 bit integer for the memory size?

 

 

unfortunatly i have absolutly no idea what that means.

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A signed 32 bit integer cannot represent values bigger than 2147483647 (2 gigabytes - 1).

 

Somebody could have written that code assuming there will never be a machine with more than 2 GB.

 

Usually such code would wrap around and get nonsense out, though.

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A signed 32 bit integer cannot represent values bigger than 2147483647 (2 gigabytes - 1).

 

Somebody could have written that code assuming there will never be a machine with more than 2 GB.

 

Usually such code would wrap around and get nonsense out, though.

 

 

nope. ppl with the same code have been able to display more then 2gb with the same code.

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