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Need to enable PAE in BIOS?

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Old 05-15-2008
Hackworth
 

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Need to enable PAE in BIOS?

I have 4GB of memory on an Asus A8V-E SE motherboard running an Athlon 64 X2
4400+ processor. Do I need to enable PAE in the BIOS for Vista Ultimate
64-bit?

Device Manager reports 4GB whether or not PAE is enabled. However, when PAE
is disabled, Device Manager displays a yellow (!) next to the AMD Special
Tools Driver.

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Old 05-15-2008
Colin Barnhorst
 

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Re: Need to enable PAE in BIOS?
PAE does not apply to x64.

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> I have 4GB of memory on an Asus A8V-E SE motherboard running an Athlon 64
> X2 4400+ processor. Do I need to enable PAE in the BIOS for Vista Ultimate
> 64-bit?
>
> Device Manager reports 4GB whether or not PAE is enabled. However, when
> PAE is disabled, Device Manager displays a yellow (!) next to the AMD
> Special Tools Driver.


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