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Dell XPS One A2010 8GB RAM Unlock
Does anyone have a BIOS that will allow me to address all 8GB on my Dell XPS One A2010 model?

Oops, can a mod move this thread to the requests section? Lost track of where I was. Smile
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Limitation of RAM size is due to hardware design not BIOS .


"Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up." Smile
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So if I can (and I do) run Windows 7 64bit on the machine, should I be able to address all 8GB of memory?
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Win7 64-bit should recognize this 8GB as long as its supported by the motherboard ( motherboard supports 8GB of ram ) .


"Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up." Smile
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I've ordered the RAM and hoping the mobo recognizes it. Thanks for your help.
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(03-16-2012, 07:07 AM)txdot Wrote: I've ordered the RAM and hoping the mobo recognizes it. Thanks for your help.

did the 8GB of ram worked?
if so, What OS do you have and what type of ram did you get?

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I'm running Windows 7 64 bit. The first RAM I tried was from KomputerBay (found on Amazon). While it worked in that the PC booted up and ran OK for a while, it would randomly cause a BSOD. I used MEMTEST86 to test the RAM and it passed but the tests but still caused a BSOD after some time. So I sent it back. I then purchased some Patriot RAM from Fry's (FRYS.com #6416292) and haven't had any issue at all. I also put a Cosair Force 3 120GB SSD in at the same time. Since it generates no heat (the regular HDD generated quite a bit) maybe that helps the RAM not heat up? I don't know but it is an additional change. The next thing I'm going to upgrade is the processor. I'll install a 65W quad core and that should make this PC good to go for the next 3-5 years.
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So when you looking at System Properties, your machine recognizes all 8GB of RAM?
Also, this is utilizing Windows 7 Ultimate? Did you use a BIOS MOD?

The reason I ask is that I am considering this machine for my niece.
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(08-07-2013, 05:08 PM)magilla77 Wrote: So when you looking at System Properties, your machine recognizes all 8GB of RAM?
Also, this is utilizing Windows 7 Ultimate? The reason I ask is that I am considering this machine for my niece.
Yes it does recognize all 8 GB. I'm running Windows 7 Professional. Any 64 bit OS should recognize all 8 GB.
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(08-07-2013, 06:20 PM)txdot Wrote:
(08-07-2013, 05:08 PM)magilla77 Wrote: So when you looking at System Properties, your machine recognizes all 8GB of RAM?
Also, this is utilizing Windows 7 Ultimate? The reason I ask is that I am considering this machine for my niece.
Yes it does recognize all 8 GB. I'm running Windows 7 Professional. Any 64 bit OS should recognize all 8 GB.

Did you use a BIOS mod on this? Are you still using this system? If so, could you post some pics? I'd really appreciate it.
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