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Windows Vista only recognizes 3..25mb Ram and I have 8 GB Ram

The motherboard recognizes 8gb ram but Windows Vista does not.

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It seems that is a major isue, have you downloaded the service pak 1, out about a month? that may have corrected it, I will look at my vista machine tomorrow, as it's getting late, Peace,Gym

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Defective RAM is a possibility also.

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