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Vista 32 bit is a 32 bit system and can only handle 3 Gigs of ram. Same goes for XP. Doesnt matter if you have 4 6 and 8 the OS can only handle 3

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Hi,
Vista X64 and XP X64 recognizes what memory you have installed in the system.
If your system doesn't support 64bit then your stuck with a 32bit system.


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I have 5 gigs of ddr2 ram installed its shows i have 3.5 gigs is there a jumper i can change so it reads the other ram ?if i look in dxdiag it shows the full 5 gigs installed.in system information its...


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I have a Dell Optiplex GX620 with a 64-bit Intel chip, and 6 GB of RAM, and I can't install any 64 bit versions of Windows on it.


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I want to add more RAM. Is it possible?? Worth it??


It Depends On How much ram you are running now. More ram is Always A good Thing.
However, The Amount of Installable Ram Depends On the Operating System you are running.

Windows XP, Vista, and 7 32 bit (x86) systems only except up to 4 gigs of ram. (Sometimes 3 1/2)
Windows XP, Vista, and 7 64 bit (x64) Systems will except up to 16 gigs of ram. (Some Beyond that)
If you are Unsure which System you are running,
1. Click on the Start Menu
2.Right Click on my Computer
3.Doube Left Click on Properties

On the Main Properties Page it should display
1. Which operating System you are running and Which bit it is (eiter 32 or 64)
2. How Much Memory (RAM) you are currently Running
3 and What Proccessor is Installed in your computer

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I installed 4 Gig of RAM memory but only 3.25 shows up.\r\nis there a test I can run to see if the memory cards are working correctly? Thanks. Paul


It sounds like you are running a 32 bit operating system XP, Vista, or Windows 7 (32).
The 32 bit Operating Systems are only able to see and use about 3Gb of RAM. To use a greater amount you will need a 64 bit OS (either Windows XP/64 or Windows 7/64) or one of the open source 64 bit operating systems.

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Laptop shows only 4gb ram & 300 gb hdd


This is the limitation of a 32 bit (x86) Operating System. A 32 bit OS can detect upto 3GB RAM only.

You may either try installing the x64 Bit of XP Operating System or Vista Service Pack 1 or 2 for 32 bit Vista Operation System to resolve the issue.

After installing the SP 1 or 2 of the Vista OS in the Computer, the OS will detect 4GB RAM.


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I have installed 4 GB of RAM but it only shows 3 GB RAM


Any 32bit OS can only read up to 3.5GB of RAM. In order to read additional ram you must have a 64BIT OS.

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Windows XP Professional x64 Will not start up with more than 2gb.


Move your ram into different slots, put different ram in slot 2 or 3, sounds like bad ram, 32 bit apps access ram VERY diferently that 64 bit apps.

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4 gigs of ram on xp 32 bit


Depends on how much memory your motherboard can accomodate. If *********** board can support 4 gig then just plug your ram and it should work.. xp supports up to 4 gig of ram so even if you connect an 8 gig,it will only recognize the 4gig. Hope this help,

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It says board can take 4 gig of memory but back slots 2 big


If your MoBo supports 4 Gigs, Vista 32 bit will only utilize approximately 3.48GB, and XP 32 bit will only use 2GB, so unless you are running Vista 64 bit (which will use up to 8GB, if your MoBo will?), the OS isn't going to see but 2 to 3+ depending on which version of windows you're running,

As for the slots being too big, you are probably attempting to install the wrong RAM for your MoBo. Compare the RAM in question with what the MoBo manufacturer says is compatible.

Good luck, and I hope I helped you.

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