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Bad system config error

Gosmo
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Hello communy. I had an issue with my max usable ram where only 8 out of 16 gbs could be used and I tried to change that through windows. When I restarded my pc the bad system config error popped up and now it's stuck in a loop. The windows troubleshooting tool won't do anything. Any suggestions? 

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What Windows Version?

What hardware are you using?

 

And pardon me, but i dont know a setting in Windows to use more RAM.

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2 minutes ago, thewill102 said:

What Windows Version?

What hardware are you using?

 

And pardon me, but i dont know a setting in Windows to use more RAM.

He's talking about msconfig, advanced settings, manually input max ram.

It's not a race to the bottom.

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15 minutes ago, thewill102 said:

What Windows Version?

What hardware are you using?

 

And pardon me, but i dont know a setting in Windows to use more RAM.

Yeahp exactly what @0x1e said. Tried to input 16.384 as the max. But all I got was blue screen. So I have ryzen 5 1600x, gtx 1050ti, g skill ripjaws 8x2 3200, gigabyte ab350m mojo, Samsung 860 evo ssd, Toshiba hdd, masterwatt lite 550 psu

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19 minutes ago, thewill102 said:

What Windows Version?

What hardware are you using?

 

And pardon me, but i dont know a setting in Windows to use more RAM.

I don't know the specific Windows version. Can I check through command prompt? Its 64  bit btw

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Ok I solved the error with bcd commands. But do you know Anything about only half of the ram being used? 

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39 minutes ago, thewill102 said:

What Windows Version?

What hardware are you using?

 

And pardon me, but i dont know a setting in Windows to use more RAM.

 

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