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Windows 7: Maximum RAM Read on 32 bit systems

06 Apr 2011   #21

Windows 7 Pro x86

I posted this quick guide to using a pagefile on a PAE Ram-Disk a while ago for x86 users that don't quite buy into the idea that you can never use that 'hardware reserved' memory.

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06 Apr 2011   #22

Windows 10 Pro. EFI boot partition, full EFI boot

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pscchong View Post
Many thanks for correcting re PAE (for >4GB). Here is the snip, in 3 files. Noticed that Win 7 Home Basic has not snipping tool. Need to use Snippy for it.

Here are the is it. Look forward for answers to access my memory. (PS this is a Win 7 Chinese version - hence there characters means Memory)
This PCI reservation is 2GB:

7F000000 - F7FFFFFF PCI Bus

That is what is eating up your address space. So the question is why What PCI devices do you have?
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07 Apr 2011   #23

windows 7 Home Basic 32bit

That's a good question! How do I find these out, and this netbook is new? Really appreciate if you can guide me through.
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23 Jun 2011   #24

windows 7 Home Basic 32bit

Dear all, problem resolved ! It is due to incorrect additional 2GB that was added on by the retailer. Somehow, these rams have to come in the right pair ! - even they looked identical. Standard 2Gb with the notebook, must be 'paired' to have Windows recognized the additional 2GB. My Win7 can now see 3.12GB of the 4GB installed ! Thanks, everyone.
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