In addition, your operating system will need to be Windows 2000 Enterprise Edition or Windows 2003 Standard or Enterprise edition. If your OS is one of these, enable PAE using the /PAE switch in the boot.ini file. Changes to the boot.ini file will require that the server be rebooted to take effect. You should read Microsoft article, How to edit the Boot.ini file in Windows XP before editing the boot.ini file.
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