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Old 09-14-2008, 06:53 AM   #12
Michael Rowley
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The 3-gig limit still exists. It's a limitation of address space in a 32-bit environment, not anything to do with the operating system. The same limitation exists in Linux for the same reason.
You are right: the limit is not due to the OS; but the memory shown by Vista does go up when you instal Vista SP1. Microsoft gives about 3.12 Gbyte as the best that can be achieved (but a 'Gbyte' might not mean 10^9).

   
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