extended memory


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extended memory

one of the methods for using memory in excess of 1 MB.
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El fabricante tambien dio a conocer los nuevos HP ProLiant, servidores con doble procesador basados en el procesador Intel Xeon e Intel Extended Memory 64-bit Technology, plataforma conocida como "Nocona".
1 Professional supports AMD64 and Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology.
The unit, an enhanced version of IDC's computerized M-1075 Leak Tester, also features extended memory.
However, your system allocates 1MB to 2MB of extended memory to SMARTDrive, which takes real memory away from your Windows applications and forces them to use the much slower disk-based swap file.
There must be 150K of RAM available, or 512K without extended memory.
Both LOAD-HIGH and DEVICEHIGH can only be used with 386 or newer systems that have at least one megabyte of extended memory.
IN THIS SECOND of a two-part series on using computer memory optimally, we look at the differences between expanded and extended memory and how to add both to a new--or not-so-new--computer.
After installing QEMM, I had a 3-Meg RAM disk in extended memory and set the rest as expanded.
The XM version can access up to 4 GB of extended memory to solve large math problems.
For example, the difference between expanded memory and extended memory should be highlighted by emphasizing the "PA" of exPAnded or "TE" of exTEnded--otherwise the words are identical.
The Windows environment gives your computer access to extended memory allowing the RAM memory to go beyond the conventional 640K, a limitation of computers of the past.
With this technology, software can access as much extended memory as is available - similar to a mainframe.
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