Is 10.3 i386 jinxed ?
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Wed May 4 03:20:10 UTC 2016
On 05/04/16 07:42, Warren Block wrote:
> On Wed, 4 May 2016, Manish Jain wrote:
>> On 05/04/16 01:12, Warren Block wrote:
>>> On Tue, 3 May 2016, Manish Jain wrote:
>>>> Is there any way I can find out whether the video RAM is part of
>>>> the main memory or is it wired into a chip ?
>>> If it has an Intel GPU only, then video RAM is from system RAM. If
>>> it has an additional Nvidia or ATI/AMD GPU... it still probably uses
>>> the main RAM.
>>> If it has an additional GPU that is truly discrete, that could have
>>> its own RAM.
>>> So "does it have a second GPU?" is the first question. Posting the
>>> exact model number might help answer that.
>> The laptop is a Gateway NE56R. Looks to like it has dedicated chip
>> for video RAM. You can look up this URL :
> But that link shows how many variations there are of that one model.
> The exact model number should be printed on the system itself,
> probably on the bottom or in the battery compartment. Like a lot of
> other manufacturers, Gateway used to use an additional code after the
> main model number to identify the specific version. A quick search
> shows there are NE56R10u, NE56R20u, NE56R27u, and so on.
What is printed underneath is NE56R14l-B9502G32Mnks
I can't be sure whether the l is actually l or I or 1
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