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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Stop Error in Windows XP
PostPosted: Mon 01-26-2009 9:59PM 
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Wikipedia article on PAE wrote:
The operating system uses page tables to map this 4 GB address space into the 64 GB of RAM, and the map is usually different for each process. In this way the extra memory is useful even though no single regular application can access it all simultaneously.


So I was correct on that account, good call on the name though. Also the list of Window's OS that support PAE

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Stop Error in Windows XP
PostPosted: Tue 01-27-2009 11:51AM 
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I can't seem to find instructions that are retarded enough to follow. All of Microsoft's instructions say to use "BCDEdit /set" to activate PAE, but that function wasn't implemented until Vista. XP doesn't have that program, and I can't find any other way to use PAE, 4GT, or any other memory management protocol. This is pissing me off, and I wonder if I should cancel my Newegg RMA, since now I have a significant reason to doubt that it is a memory issue.

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