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Hi all,


I have a HP G5000 with Windows 7, Its a 32 bit processor and had the manufacturers limit of 2GB of RAM how can I go over this limit as I need 4 GB to run this --->>  https://www.numark.c...xtrack-platinum


Your help and advice would be much appreciated.


Cheers Richard

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Which model from the G5xx series is it? There are at least 200 different models.


32-bit has a maximum address space of 4GB. Part of that must be used by system BIOSes and graphics memory. With a 256MB graphics card, that would leave about 3.3-3.5GB of RAM, assuming you have a max of 4GB. With a 1GB graphics card, only about 2.6-2.8GB of the RAM would be left.

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