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Intel D875PBZ MB - RAM limit with AGP Video Card Installed

I read in the Intel MB specs that I had to remove the AGP video card when I installed the 4ea 1gb GSkill DDR Dual Channel Memory Modules to get past a 2.5gb RAM limit. (Something about memory retention) I interpreted that to mean that once the RAM was in that I could reinstall the AGP video card. Not so....The BIOS recognizes the 4gb but Windows XP Pro does not with the card installed. Any words of wisdom?
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Sorry as far as I know and experienced all 32 bit XP and Vista will only recognize up to 3,4 GB of ram and no more. whether its dual channel or not.
You will have to go to a 64 bit O/S to use it.
Even then there are limits some 64 bit O/S will only use 4 GB others more

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