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I'll make it easy for you:

Note that newer Windows operating systems like Windows 7 make this easier for you to see - for example, on a Win7 system you can simply run "resmon.exe" and it will show you where the additional RAM was allocated (hint - it's almost always allocated/reserved by the BIOS, and as such Windows never "sees" it as available for use, so it can't use it).

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