I have just built a new PC. I've listed the specs below. The problem that I'm having is that Vista doesn't see all 4GB's of RAM, however the BIOS does see all installed RAM. The amount seen by Vista is 3325MB. I have switched all RAM sticks out with exact replacements and I get the same issue. The BIOS has been updated. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
OS: Vista Home Premium 32Bit
CPU: Intel Q6600
MOBO: Intel DQ965GFEKR
RAM: Super Talent 4X1GB PC800
HD: Seagate 250GB SATA II (jumper removed)
Case: Antec Sonata III
PSU: Antec Earthwatts 500
Video Card: EVGA 7600GS 256MB PCI-E
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