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11-30-2021 12:56 PM
Hi, my computer has 8 GB of RAM, a ryzen 3 4300U processor with a built-in rx vega 5 video card, the problem is that initially a miserable 512 MB of video memory was allocated for it, as you can understand, nowadays it's super small, I would like to ask you what are the ways to unlock advanced tab in the bios, to allocate memory from RAM to VRAM, I need to allocate only 1 GB instead of 512 MB.
P.S. Please don't write to me that they say it is blocked for optimal operation of the device. It doesn't matter to me at all, I will allocate 1GB, which will be even more optimal.
12-01-2021 01:12 PM
@Knyazer -- a miserable 512 MB of video memory was allocated
Bill Gates is on record saying that no micro-computer would ever require more than 640 Kbytes of RAM.
Is the setting visible, but "locked" ? I don't have a similar computer, but I am trying to help.
12-03-2021 05:32 AM
This is a computer without a system unit, like a laptop, and in fact it is considered to be. Advanced tab is hidden from view, just like on my old HP laptop, it was also blocked there, however, unlike a computer in a laptop, it was possible to identify the advanced tab button using certain keystrokes on the keyboard, but nothing helps here.
12-12-2021 09:56 AM - edited 12-12-2021 09:57 AM
What is your exact model. "xxx" is not helpful when googling and I end up at sites which I have to erase from my browser history.
Try googling for "xxx bios-mod" also "xxx win-raid" and "xxx mydigitallife" as well as "xxx unlock bios" If there are no secret control keys to unhide your bios there is a very good chance you will brick your laptop with a bios mod and a very small chance it will work.
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