expanded memory


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Related to expanded memory: Expanded Memory Specification, Extended memory
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expanded memory

n (Comput) → Expansionsspeicher m
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Expanded memory support for solutions running on SAP HANA using systems with next-generation Intel processors.
With its expanded memory, the N95 8GB offers up to 20 hours of video or up to 6,000 songs.
The control's data storage capacity is 4 GB eliminating the need to purchase expanded memory.
The cameras also feature 8MB of internal flash memory, and the SD card slot allows for expanded memory.
With a 200 MHz Power PC processor and expanded memory capacity, the Cisco Aironet 1200 Series supports the operation of two 54 Mbps radios simultaneously and a 10/100 Ethernet interface, and can evolve to support new software features as they become available.
The expanded memory helps free users from the frequent logbook updates required of meters with small memory capacities.
Last week, the Las Virgenes school board approved accepting about $15,000 in equipment - 10 iMac computers with expanded memory, five Epson color printers, 10 zip drives and a digital camera - for use in Rizzardi's art classes.
Technically, DEVICEHIGH can be used with 286s that have an add-on expanded memory board, but, in practice, this can cause problems.
To use this memory, a special 64 KB window called the expanded memory page frame is created in the upper memory addressed between 640 KB and 1,024 KB (see Figure 1).
For example, the difference between expanded memory and extended memory should be highlighted by emphasizing the "PA" of exPAnded or "TE" of exTEnded--otherwise the words are identical.
The unit stores 40 mold setups, with the ability to export to floppy disk for expanded memory.
Users of 386 and 486 PCs can take advantage of the program's expanded memory manager.
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