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Blade HS21, windows server 2003 enterprise 32bit cant see 16gb ram

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Hello
My Windows server 2003 Enterprise Edition SP1 32bit cant see 16Gb of RAM. But when i boot the BIOS is showing 16Gb of RAM.
Ive installed it with ServerGuide 7.4, with default settings.

In Windows its showing only 3,25Gb RAM.

What can i do?

Thx

Georg
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The "best answer" is to install the 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003.  
If that's not possible, there are a few work-arounds that will give the illusion of a 32-bit OS that uses greater than 4Gb of RAM.
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