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LabVIEW (32-bit) is large address aware, and can take advantage of up to 3 GB of virtual memory. LabVIEW (32-bit) can access up to 2 GB of virtual memory by default. To take advantage of additional virtual memory, you must modify the Windows boot configuration settings.
|Note On 64-bit Windows, LabVIEW (32-bit) can access up to 4 GB of virtual memory by default.|
Complete the following steps to modify the Windows boot configuration settings and enable LabVIEW (32-bit) to access up to 3 GB of virtual memory:
Refer to the Microsoft website at www.microsoft.com for more information about the Boot Configuration Data store, boot.ini file, and Physical Address Extension.