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This was a major problem with some nForce based boards as well (I, luckily, did not have that problem).
I am pretty sure that most of these problems are erased by a BIOS upgrade, of some sort, but if Biostar is not doing a BIOS upgrade you'll probably want to start searching the Internet using your motherboard model number and "4GB problem" as your search string to see what other users of your same mobo have gone through (and if anyone has found a solution).
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