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    When you synchronize your Exchange mailbox to an Offline Folder file (.ost), the Outlook status bar never shows higher than 3.99 GB when a folder is being updated. For example, you may see the following text in the status bar when your Inbox folder is...
    Provides a description of the 4 GB RAM Tuning feature and the Physical Address Extension parameter.
    Describes why utilities in Windows Server 2003 and in Windows 2000 Server do not display physical memory greater than 4 GB.
    Fixes an issue in which a DVD-burning operation fails when you try to burn 7.8 GB of data or more to a DVD+R Dual Layer (DL) disc on a Windows Vista-based computer. This problem occurs even when the disc still has space for more data.
    Explains that support for hibernation is disabled on computers that have more than 4 GB of RAM. To work around this issue, decrease the RAM to 4 GB or less.
    When you use Fdisk.exe to partition a hard disk that is larger than 64 GB (64 gigabytes, or 68,719,476,736 bytes) in size, Fdisk does not report the correct size of the hard disk. The size that Fdisk reports is the full size of the hard disk minus 64...
    Describes a problem in which you cannot read an SDHC card that is larger than 8 GB in Windows XP if the card uses the FAT32x file system. In this situation, you receive a "Disk is not formatted" error message.
    Describes a problem in which a Windows XP-based computer that has 1 GB or more of RAM may stop responding when you resume the computer from hibernation. A workaround is provided.

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