New build 538

By Andrey Zarudnev | October 14th, 2009 | 12:33 pm

New build 538 that was just published has some major updates in “unmanaged memory” detection and initialization code. This build contains only these fixes. Those of you who have issues with unmanaged memory, please confirm if your problems are fixed or not. Thank you.

Sorry for the long delay with this release :)

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10 Responses to “New build 538”

    Oct 15, 2009

    I installed on my Dell Precision 370 with 4GB RAM running Windows XP Pro SP3. Got the following error message when attempting to use unmanaged memory: “Unmanaged RAM was not detected on this computer. Please check the help file for the following reason code: 0x100”

    After that, the box for clicking on unmanged memory wss greyed out.

    Oct 15, 2009

    I Enabled PAE. Same thing happened when clicking to enable extended memory but this time the error code is 0x400.

    • mikei
      Oct 16, 2009

      What chipset your computer has? Looks like it is 925?

      To be able to use unmanaged RAM hardware should support memory relocation. Chipset should be higher than 945.

    Oct 16, 2009


    • Andrey Zarudnev
      Oct 16, 2009

      Can you please check you BIOS / Advanced settings for anything looking like “Memory Remap Feature”?

    Oct 16, 2009

    I saw nothing on the the BIOS. Maybe I did it wrong. I rebooted the computer, and hit F2 to open setup. If that is not correct way to check, please let me know.

    Mikei said, see above, that the chipset had to be higher than 945; this particular computer has chipset 925x, so I assumed that the unmanaged memory feature of eBoostr won’t work on this particular computer.

  5. mach789
    Oct 24, 2009

    I tried setting up the unmapped memory space, but when I apply it and then press okay, it asks to build the cache file, but nothing happens!

    • Andrey Zarudnev
      Oct 30, 2009

      What is displayed in the eBoostr Control Panel? Any devices in the list? What is the system status?

      • mach789
        Nov 01, 2009

        I see “System Memory” in the device list. I have 4GB installed on a 32-bit system, so I was trying to access the hidden memory that 32-bit does not see for eBoostr to use. I have C:\ and System Reserved as cache file location. I picked system reserve as the cache location. When I apply the settings and press OK, it goes to the main screen and asks me to build the cache file, I press Yes and nothing happens. System status is: no cache drives.