Posted 27 May 2007 - 06:56 AM
If there is no bios setting for it then it is completely controlled by the chipset.
It should borrow video memory dynamicly on demand. If you are testing at an idle state or from the bios, virtually no video memory is required. However, to reach the maximum (or "up to") usually means that the laptop must contain the maximum main memory to do so. How much ram is installed in the laptop? If it is below 512mb, you're not likely to get the full 64. That system maxes out at 1gb. If you are at 512mb or above, I'd suggest a bios, chipset and video driver update, in that order, as possible solutions. Let us know.