Dell :: Wheres My MEMORY, Support MEM

Sep 23, 2008

received my inspiron 1420 ( already having issues and concerns) one of them, is, when i went into the dell support center, i clicked on the "about your system" section, and when i click on the Memory tab, it said that i had 3gb Total memory, but just 2.2gb of available memory. What does this mean? and where did the rest of my memory go?... i have a inspiron 1420, with 2.4ghz, 3gb ram, and nvidia8400...

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I never thought I'd be writing this, but Dell (yes, Dell), is charging customers a monthly fee to have access to its United States-based customer service representatives.

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