Well, somewhere I has read that my machine has a problem reading all the RAM because of the 32-bit limitation:
I don't underestand anything, can somebody explain what this means?
My problem here is that I have also an Asrock MB and I don't know if the problem is here, or is with my instalation:
Somewhere, outside my home, I have also installed XenServer with the same ISO and 4GB and everything is working fine.
But here not, I don't know exactly if I have to patch something... Because in the first image the Xen Project Hypervision redirects me to: http://xenproject.org/developers/teams/hypervisor.html
That means that If I install this packet I will fix this?
Can somebody explain all this to me?
Please, don't downvote me, I don't know if the things I'm asking is in the correct way, I didn't talk of any of this things by myself because I don't understand anything, so any help is welcome.
There are some posts I have also readed that I didn't understand:
Can somebody tell clearly what I need to do, or to know to solver this issue?
By the moment I understand that XenServers runs on 64-bit (I don't have any 32-bit option, but I can't prove that this is really 64-bit), but that part that controls the hardware is in 32-bits, how this is possible? Can I fix this? Why in my other machine using the same ISO I don't have problems? That means that I have a problem with my hardware, is there any compatibility issue?
Intel (R) virtualization is enabled... So, the only thing, that you have to do is tell me to check things by the moment.
But there is something that was unexpected:
When the BIOS is loading, it tell me that it has 3319MB, that I think is RAM, and XenServer only can use 3318MB... So, can I imagine that the BIOS detect the two modules, but, It only uses 3318MB, actually the problem is not in XenServer, the real problem is with the hardware???