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ok, I have a brand new system with 4gigs of memory. the bios sees all of the memory, but the os (windows xp, sp1) only sees 3 gigs. Xp is supposed to be able to work with up to 4gigs. any idea on how I can get it to recognize all 4gigs?

boot.ini is set to /fastdetect only.
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have you read this?
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http://support.micro...kb;EN-US;316739
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naturally I missed the obivious.... :tazz:

Thanks, Gerry.

/3GB switch allocates 1 GB to the kernel and 3 GB to the User-mode space.
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