thanks kari for the detailed response and bernt and addrams for the thoughts.
in the past few hours i managed to tackle the issue more and i decided to share my findings with you and whomever who might be facing this , so yes it turns out i can apply a crack to what is called PAE memory limit on 32 bit systems , the process is safe in the sense of application since most of whomever crackers that released patches had worked it that they create 2 operating copies of the kernel one patched and the other unpatched so if things go wrong all you need to do is switch , however a couple of catches :
1 - first three patches i downloaded were reported as trojans / viruses by my antivirus which could be valid to tools that would hex edit and inject codes into files but yet i couldn't just trust tools reported as trojans that would deal directly with my kernel.
2 - its unclaimed but a fact , most patches were made pre service pack 1 and wont work on service pack 1 where only one cracker has released an updated version where alot of manual input is needed (PAE patch updated for Windows 7 SP1 | wj32
3 - if your graphics card uses Hybrid / Hyper / Shared Memory , your patched system copy will boot into black outs or bsods , the work around i found was to install the xp version of the driver
but then the catch would be hindered performance (no aero glass effect / random support for direct x 11 filters and features / photo editing and 3d modeling programs may crash) and that's out of my testing because shared memory is my case
now honestly i am down to installing a fresh copy of windows 7 64bit
so my question now is , are there any tools known to port installed programs from a 32 bit os across to a freshly installed 64 bit os on a new partition ? i have came across a microsoft solution once that was a software & usb cable that worked on moving installed applications along with their system files and registry settings from one system to another (was released as a solution for migration between systems and was in the 100$ range), r there any similar software solutions for those that are just migrating across partitions ? :/