Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2C for PC
It looks a little low - but two possiblilites... the motherboard's chipset does not support more than 3GB of ram or you have not configured your ram correctly in your BIOS setup.
Restart computer and press whichever key it asks you to so you can go to Setup or BIOS config.
Look in the memory section, advanced chip set section or if necessary just go through all the options until you see the map memory hole... this allows the BIOS to see more memory.
But I think you will find it is your chipset. You could try flashing the BIOS to the latest version --- but that's another story.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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