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Windows 7: Memory management ! but how ?


03 Feb 2010   #1

Windows 7 64 BIT
 
 
Memory management ! but how ?

Memory management ! but how ? I would like use Win 7 64 bit with primary hd and second hd Xp32 bit (with 4gb)

I got BSOD when im on 32bit, with 4gb

What can i do ?

Modify ? boot ini but in some website some rumour say in system property in tab general

PAE IS on....

Its a default feature of windows that alway on

Please read that website
Physical Address Extension - PAE Memory and Windows



The PAE kernel can be enabled automatically without the /PAE switch present in the boot entry if the system has DEP enabled (/NOEXECUTE switch is present) or the system processor supports hardware-enforced DEP. Presence of the /NOEXECUTE switch on a system with a processor that supports hardware-enforced DEP implies the /PAE switch. If the system processor is capable of hardware-enforced DEP and the /NOEXECUTE switch is not present in the boot entry, Windows assumes /NOEXECUTE=optin by default and enables PAE mode. For more information, see the topic "Boot Options in a Boot.ini File" in the Windows DDK.


DEP DATA EXECUTION PREVENTION

I can do that !

With Q9550

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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03 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64
 
 

64-bit has the address space for 4GB - install it if you want. PAE is just a poor hack.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Feb 2010   #3

Windows 7 64 BIT
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by p1tcho0 View Post
Memory management ! but how ? I would like use Win 7 64 bit with primary hd and second hd Xp32 bit (with 4gb)

I got BSOD when im on 32bit, with 4gb

What can i do ?

Modify ? boot ini but in some website some rumour say in system property in tab general

PAE IS on....

Its a default feature of windows that alway on

Please read that website
Physical Address Extension - PAE Memory and Windows



The PAE kernel can be enabled automatically without the /PAE switch present in the boot entry if the system has DEP enabled (/NOEXECUTE switch is present) or the system processor supports hardware-enforced DEP. Presence of the /NOEXECUTE switch on a system with a processor that supports hardware-enforced DEP implies the /PAE switch. If the system processor is capable of hardware-enforced DEP and the /NOEXECUTE switch is not present in the boot entry, Windows assumes /NOEXECUTE=optin by default and enables PAE mode. For more information, see the topic "Boot Options in a Boot.ini File" in the Windows DDK.


DEP DATA EXECUTION PREVENTION

I can do that !

With Q9550

PAE X86 Tools and Settings: System Reliability
My System SpecsSystem Spec
.


03 Feb 2010   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64
 
 

It doesn't concern reliability. Applications still have a 2GB limit - the only way to remove restraints is to go for x64.
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