On the autopsy page http://www.linksysinfo.org/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=6 I can read: "While there are sparse reports of v4.0 units with 32/8, this is not the norm and it should be assumed that all v4.0 units will have the decreased memory." I have found this info on some other websites as well (I cannot find the link now ) and there it was mentioned that it seems that the newer GSv4s are built with 32/8 MB as the old v3. I own a WRT54GSv4 and on my memory chip I can read: Hynix 529A HY5DU561622ET-J So, how much memory do I have? When I access http://192.168.1.1/SysInfo1.htm I can see: language=EN; Flash Type=Intel 28F320C3 2Mx16 BotB; CPU Clock=200; sdram_init=0x010b; sdram_config=0x0062; sdram_ncdl=0xfd0008; pa0b0=0x168b; pa0b1=0xfabf; pa0b2=0xfeaf; .../... totalram=14815232, freeram=4173824, bufferram=1507328; uptime=6231; .../... Now, how much memory do I have? On the Hynix website: http://www.hynix.com/datasheet/eng/dram/details/dram_02_HY5DU561622ETP.jsp http://www.hynix.com/datasheet/eng/dram/details/dram_02_HY5DU561622DT.jsp It seems that this is 256 Mb chip!!!! I am really confused. How can I clarify this? Regards, Codrutz P.S. I am using the default firmware from Linksys, I have only opened the cover (voiding my waranty).