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That makes the scam even more obvious, windows XP can't even handle 1 TB of ram. That DR just managed to get a patent of something and is now using it as a scam.
 

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if you look under thier industrial products section you will notice this:

NvIOpRAM 24GB [3-pin]

1. Removable NvIOpRAM
2. Optical lens
3. Pinout [Power supply]
4. Pinout [Read/Write enable]
5. Pinout [Ground]
6. Stationary adapter, which is connected to the
optical fiber and electrical cables, mounted to
the case of the computer
as they claim is something important with a cool sounding name when it's just a pair of speaker plugs or this, they obviously didn't expect someone to reconise the laptop appears to be a generic laptop marketed here in Malaysia
 

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ChankastRules said:
That makes the scam even more obvious, windows XP can't even handle 1 TB of ram. That DR just managed to get a patent of something and is now using it as a scam.
True, The max memory usable by WinXP Pro is 4GB, you'll need Windows Server 2003 x64 and a combination of 64bit CPU and motherboard to have more than that.

But from what I understand it is theoretically possible. As some 64-bit versions of Linux are reportedly capable of 2TB.

(Windows Server 2003, limit: 32 bit - 32GB 64 bit - 64GB. HP-Unix has a maximum Physical RAM limit of 4TB. SOLARIS has a maximum Physical RAM limit of 16TB)
 
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