I can say: No, it isn't possible. Why? The adress violation begins at the BIOS and the CPU directly. Windows can only use what the CPU and BIOS make available. And coLinux can't have more rights then the windows kernel ...

2008/12/18 Louis <netsharc@yahoo.com>
Hi,

 I have a 32-bit Windows system with "4 GB" of RAM, of which of course only 3GB is accessible, so I was wondering, would it be possible for coLinux to use that inaccessible 1 GB of RAM? Probably not, if it wants to stay in good terms with the Windows kernel huh?

Yours,

Louis





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