I bought a new computer recently and it is supposed to have 1GB of RAM. When I view Properties in My Computer, the RAM is stated as being 768MB. Inside the machine are two sticks of 512MB PC2-4300 CL4 memory, which should in theory total 1024MB. I tried each stick individually without the other, and in Properties they were both listed as being 448MB of RAM. Even though they should be 512MB each, the total of two 448MBs is 896MB, yet together they're totalling 768MB. I'm a bit stumped by this.
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