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Sure more a question directed at BMD/ AJA themselves. My guess is, that they use a 32bit driver in a 64bit wrapper, hence the memory limit. If so, updating the driver is the only way, I'd say. On the other hand, maybe there's a BIOS setting somewhere that will improve handling by changing around a few of the memory and PCI registers... Not sure, though.
know for sure, that the BMD card doesnt work with > 4gb, BMD took a month of support coverstaions to confirm that with me, after I told them putting more than 4gb created the point of failure.
AJA said their card should work, but having been burnt by buying the BMD HD pci-x, want to confirm whether other users have had success with the AJA Xena pci-x with > 4gb ram before shelling out more $$$'s
Ah, I see. Still strange that they can't fix such an issue, now that 64bit systems become commonplace...