How to Enable More Than 3.5 GB of Memory in 32-Bit Windows 2003?

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you cannot do that
win2003 standard supports 4G
the enterprise and the datacenter supports 64G
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IT_Group1Author Commented:
But there's a registry key you're able to enter and bypass this limit
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
No there is no way.

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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
32-bit windows can only address 4gb of memory and quite often it will only display 3.5Gb or so.  There is nothing you can do about this - it is a physical limitation of a 32-bit OS and no amount of registry tweaking will make the OS see more than 4Gb.

The advice you have already been given by the other two experts who have posted is correct.

*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
HI Alan nice to see you here :-)
Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Thanks - you too.  Make the most of it - I won't be around for long!
IT_Group1Author Commented:
Ok guys, Thx - I've heard that it's possible, but when all of you say otherwise - i guess I was wrong.

Many thx
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
You are welcome!
Hey im a GIRL :-)
IT_Group1Author Commented:
My bad :)
Thx missy
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