I hope i manage to get my point/across so that some of you understand this.
I am using Windows 7 64-bit operating system. I run Cubase 6.02 in 32-bit. The reason for running 32-bit is that most of my plugins are 32-bit, and when starting up the 64.bit version of Cubase none of the plugins i use show up! Even though i have some 64-bit plugins like Spectrasonics Omnisphere, but that’s for another topic:)
So i run 32-bit Cubase and i have 6GB of ram in my computer. In idle mode the PC uses 850 mb ram.
I have read that as long as you use 32-bit Cubase you can not access more than 4 GB of ram, is that correct? And does that mean that Cubase 32-bit can only use around 3 GB since the PC already use around 850 mb?
I am asking because i’m running out of memory more and more often. Especially after bying Ominsphere and using that great synth a lot. Is there any way for me to increase the memory usage without going 64-bit?