Gerryatric

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  1. yeh right. it seems you knowitall types like to look down at us newbies because we don't know everything or anything for that matter. Get a grip and be nice Flyride. no one needs that kind of nonsense. Excuse me. I am put out folks that dont respond in a timely matter? wher on earth do you get that nonsense from. I am a newbie. Don't treat us newbies as dumb ok If you can't answer the posted quetion, don't reply
  2. Seriously flyride. I asked a serious question here and honestly I do not need that kind of rudeness. I am well aware that these units only read as per the DS it is using. I may not have written it correctly. but ws just making an observation. The real issue as per the subject line ws the VM memory issue. as per the attached graphic If you are able to assist with that, being a Guru Master, then please, tell me what may be the issue. David
  3. yes I am aware of that. I assumed it was an anomoly. What I need is an answer to the question raised please
  4. Hello. When creating a Virtual machine on Xpenology, I get the following error as per image attached. It won't use available memory. restricted to 2GB despite having 32GB available as per the info centre Also I know AMD isn't exactly supported but the info centre is reporting I have an Intel Xeon D-1527 with 4 cores. We all know the Ryzen 5 2600 is a 6 core unit. My test system is as follows AMD ryzen 5 2600 cpu Asrock A320M-HDV mainboard 32GB DDR4 ram Geforce 710 gpu 2 x 5TB seatgate HDD 2 x 3TB Western Digital HDD 1 x Wester
  5. so no one has any answers on this subject. Can someone assist. Please
  6. Hello I have an intereting issue and I can't seem to see anything really related at all. I have a HP compaq 6005 pro PC which uses an Athlon processor What is strange is it will not boot from a USB stick containing the bootloader. I can take that stick and put it in any other machine and it works fine. boots straing into Jun's bootloader. But on the 2 x HP Compaqs it just says non system disk or disk error. The computer boots fine on USB with another tool. It recognises the USB stick in bios, but refuses to boot. I have made several USB stick and all ha
  7. Ok I have been through the Asrock AB350 Fatality board with an A8-9600 AMD processor and 20GB ram anything that references the AMD-V is off. but still stuck on the reserved ram issue. David
  8. ok thanks I will check that.
  9. Hi does anyone have an idea here as to what is wrong with the reserved ram issue after the change to the grub file?
  10. hi I was blacklisted. it isn't now. but when I made the original post and you and one other comments about the mod to the grub file. I could not reply. It would say I was blacklisted everytime. So that is why I wrote that. no need to get all high and might mate. I am a noobs run away from places like this when its all doom and gloom , read the rules.etc. I am reading the rules. which is why I added the line on the bottom for apologies.. But then I can't delete the post anyway as there was no option. Please have a little compassion for us noobs. I know y
  11. So I follwed the advice from the forum to change the line in the grub file to fix the reserve ram issue. "Add disable_mtrr_trim to the set common_args_3615 line in grub.cfg file. That should give you the full 24GB." However after creating a new build image from the original and then adding this entry, I now get 9gb reserved and 6GB free. It hasn't released all the memory. And also now my memory is down from 24GB to 20GB even though on the other config usb, it was showing 24gb. Does anyone have any ideas please. and also please don't blacklist me again fo
  12. Hello. I am a freshie to this forum so be kind. I have an Xpenology system running using Juns 6.1 loader. The Nas is working well. However I have not been able to run any VMs on the NAS. It tells me there is not enough ram in the cluster. will only allow 1300mb to be allocated. and even if I do tht to the VM, it still fails to start. So I looked at my memory which is 20GB up from 12GB yesterday because I thought I had run out of ram. BBut to my surprise, there is 16GB allocated to reserve and almost nothing left to run VM. I had also wondered why my system was max