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Re: st: ram memory: microsoft fix does not work


From   Roberto Mura <roberto.mura@mbs.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: ram memory: microsoft fix does not work
Date   Tue, 07 Nov 2006 14:52:28 +0000

Dear Michael, thank you for your kind email.
Indeed I was not aware that the 1.2G is some sort of standard benchmark.
I am glad to hear that the hotfix by Microsoft works at least in some
machines.
I am afraid it did not have this effect on  mine. What lead me to
believe it to be ineffective is that I could set memory 1195m before
the hotfix and after.
Thank you again for your kind reply
Wishing you a nice day
R


I just wanted to clarify that the MS hotfix actually does work --at
least it worked for me and you provide no real indication that it
didn't work for you.  The hotfix resolved problems of max memory
allocations dropping to about 700m-900m after installing SP2.  The
hotfix brought this back up to the usual ~1.2GB, which is consistent
with what could be done prior to SP2.

Michael Blasnik

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