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How does the memory management use in Windows xp?


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2009-03-28 11:05:21
2009-03-28 11:05:21

how does memory management used in windows xp

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No. Windows XP has it's own kernel and memory management system.

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Windows XP doesn't directly determine what type of memory can be used; it depends on the motherboard. If the motherboard is compatible with Windows XP and the motherboard supports this memory module, then you can use it with Windows XP.

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4 GB of memory is the maximum you can use in Windows XP, with only 3.5 GB of it seen by Windows.

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There are a few steps you will have to go through to be able to test your memory on your Windows XP computer. You will need to use the DVD booting, then click on repair your computer, after that you will select Windows Memory Diagnostic tool. There you will be able to test your memory.

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