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 Post subject: Dear Cup and memory addressing
PostPosted: Thu Jul 14, 2011 8:30 pm 
Little Foot
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[*edit*] The problem you have stated is this (simply put) you need to calculate ALL of the memory in use by your systems components, and ADD To your system that much more space in HARD DRIVES that you require. The System Bus SHOULD NOT (but it does) take up more space than - "that much space". BUT IF All things connected to your CPU: Mainboard, or Motherboard(A<E). IF 400GB THEN, You need 400GB worth of moving parts. The System Bus, is "supposed" to be "designed" to take up "less" [memory]; On the: Mainboard(A>E) ; To give you more space < for MEMORY CALCULATIONS. Giving "your" MACHINE "over flowing memory". "Your system" with [extra memory] is <exact>. You need: I.E MOVING I.D.E HARD DRIVES, and THEN +add+ your own (TeraByte) {drives}. [*Edit*]Put a "SMALL FORM FACTOR" (small disk drive) "hard drive" on the "Video Card"

[*edit*] The [> = "less"] [RAM] "you" [A]{can}[A] "access" {IS} [IN] "use" ([-]= [770] "BY") [electrical]=[components]. -- I.E "MOVING PARTS"

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Make sure your power supply is "ample" and !DO NOT OPEN IT!
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you are [EQUAL] "{to}" [your] {"memory"} ["allocations"] by [770] "YOU HAVE TO USE HARD DRIVE SPACE"
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AND ["no"] you can not come to my house (|7|) [AND] (|7|) borrow sugar L.O.L <------>
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