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Topic: Windows 7 (32bit) - 4GB a maximum?

All kind time of days, I For a long time took in hands of drafts  installed and did not adjust. Has been assured that this illness (subject) - in the past. , no. MS writes (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa366796 (v=vs.85).aspx) that on 7, like, Physical Address Extension (PAE) it is possible; I was played with bcdedit, not a fig did not earn. What is possible still ?

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Re: Windows 7 (32bit) - 4GB a maximum?

Hello, paucity, you wrote: P> That is possible still ? I am afraid that anything, and it is conceived Physical Memory Limits: Windows 7 on x86 receive more than 4  only server versions, to force Windows 7 to consider itself server looks as license violation.

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Re: Windows 7 (32bit) - 4GB a maximum?

Hello, Alexander G, you wrote: AG> I Am afraid that anything, and it is conceived AG> [url = https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/librar … p/aa366778 (v=vs.85) .aspx#physical_memory_limits_windows_7 AG>] Physical Memory Limits: Windows 7 [/url] on the other hand under the link that I resulted, they write: PAE is supported only on the following 32-bit versions of Windows running on x86-based systems: Windows 7 (32 bit only) Windows...

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Re: Windows 7 (32bit) - 4GB a maximum?

Hello, paucity, you wrote: P> MS writes (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa366796 (v=vs.85).aspx) that on 7, like, Physical Address Extension (PAE) it is possible; I was played with bcdedit, not a fig did not earn. How defined, what did not earn? The manager of tasks PAE does not use, if that. It is necessary to test by means of application which selects storage through PAE.

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Re: Windows 7 (32bit) - 4GB a maximum?

Hello, paucity, you wrote: P> on the other hand under the link that I resulted, they write: P> PAE is supported only on the following 32-bit versions of Windows running on x86-based systems: P> Windows 7 (32 bit only) P> Windows... It seems that PAE on Windows 7 is, but all the same more than 4  do not give. To Wikipedias the same write: Microsoft Windows supports PAE if booted with the appropriate option, but according to Geoff Chappell, Microsoft may limit 32-bit versions of Windows to 4 GB as a matter of its licensing policy. According to Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich, some drivers were found to be unstable when encountering physical addresses above 4 GB, although the truth of this explanation has been disputed.

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Re: Windows 7 (32bit) - 4GB a maximum?

Hello, Alexander G, you wrote: AG> on x86 receive more than 4  only server versions, to force Windows 7 to consider itself server looks as license violation. And on home Windows versions 7 x64 cut off Windows to 8 gigabyte I do not want to buy,  storage of sense is not present