Whatever memory your motherboard can support but a 64bit version of Windows is needed to manage more than 4GB of RAM.
Generally people use 32bit version ram for all the Windows Operating Systems. So for that it is enough to have 1GB ram. I think 1 GB ram is more than enough for it.
In case If you prefer to choose a 32 Bit version of Windows 7 Then you have to upgrade your hardware to 1GB or more than that.
Windows XP does not have the RAM, its the computer that has it. The amount of RAM can differ for each computer.
No, windows xp cannot read 4mb ram dude it needs at least 64 mb of ram
Yes Windows xp will work with DDR3 i have a gaming computer with 16gb DDR3 ram in windows xp 64-bit
The least RAM on which Win XP can run is 64MB
There is no such thing as "cleaning RAM."
Windows XP can never "run like Windows 7", regardless of the amount of RAM installed.
If you are trying to put Windows XP on a Macbook, it won't work.
Assuming they are the same type, e.g. DDR2, yes you can. RAM doesn't rely on the OS to work, as it is hardware, not software. You can't, however, put laptop RAM into a desktop system.
Windows XP uses less RAM (Random Access Memory) making it "faster". However, if your computer has a good amount of RAM Windows 7 will work just as well if not better.
Windows XP Home & Windows XP Pro
I had to clean my system and it remove windows xp can you help me put this back
I'm not sure I fully understand your question but I will do my best to answer. You have a 3ghz processor with 1GB of ram. 512mb of ram is enough to run windows XP.
1- Windows XP Home 2- Windows XP Professional
The operating system is not directly related to the amount of RAM installed. XP can be run on anything from 32 MB of RAM to 4 GB.
Windows XP can use any amount of RAM, there is no exact amount. The minimum is 256 MB, the recommended is 512 MB, and the best is 1 GB +.
A 32 bit Windows XP can only address 3GB of RAM. To take advantage of all 4 GB and beyond, use 64bit version.
64 MB of RAM is the lowest possible.
Yes it will work i have windows xp it works fine if ur ram is gud
To put it simply, you can't. Windows xp is only for computers.
Yes you can. XP is the next updated OP after ME, or Windows 2000. Youll have to update some things using the windows updater, but windows XP should upgrade easy and clean.
This is a common occurrence, particularly if you did not upgrade the computer beforehand. Windows XP requires more RAM and a faster processor than Windows 98.