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Re: 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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Bascially 64-bit processing can access more information at one time which will in essence be faster. 64-bit processing can access more RAM. 32-bit systems have a 4GB max. 64-bit systems have increased security benefits also. There are more links on the page above if you want to go deeper.
here no matter for windows xp it's a frequience problem related to hardware here some RAM is not compatible with yr motherbord it's depend which company motherboard u have as par my sugection if u nedd to eun high end graphics why don't u in install highly configard graphic card.. it's help u.....:)
If you have an older single core computer, I would stick with XP. If you are buying an Op system for a new custom built rig, go with Vista. Just make sure you put as much ram as you can in the box, I would recommend 64 bit with more than 4 gigs. I run 8 gigs and never have any problems that people claim they have with Vista, mine has not crashed once.
Either Windows XP or Vista 64 bit edition, depending on what you like...I won't get into the xp vs. vista battle here lol. The 64 bit operating systems can see all of your memory, with the 32 bit OS's, you're limited to around 3 or so gigs. Do note, that there may be some incompatibilities with a 64 bit operating system, though most programs should run fine.