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Microsoft Windows Logo Program System and Device Requirements  —  16

The following summarizes the Windows Logo Program performance requirements.

2001-2002 Minimum Equivalent Performance Requirements

x86-based systems

RAM

Windows XP Professional Windows XP Home Edition

128 MB [note 1, 2]

Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition     1-2 processors installed     >2 processors installed

[note 3]

512 MB 256 MB per processor

Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition     1-4 processors installed     > 4 processors installed

[note 3]

1 GB 256 MB per processor

Itanium-based systems

RAM

Windows XP Professional

1 GB

Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition     1-4 processors installed     >4 processors installed

4 GB 1 GB per processor

Note 1: For systems with shared memory architecture and 128-MB system RAM, collectively, the drivers supporting integrated chipset functionality must not lock more than 32 MB.

These maximum-page-locked-memory limits apply during all phases of system startup and normal operation. Page-locked graphics memory includes all frame buffers and buffers for hardware acceleration, texture and lighting, Z, and AGP. Page-locked audio memory includes all memory locked by the audio driver including all wave tables, and so on.

Dynamic memory allocation under the Windows environment is allowed, subject to the paged-locked memory limit. The driver cannot advertise or switch into a graphics mode that cannot be supported within the maximum locked memory limit.

Note 2: PC client systems must have at least the minimum system memory installed.

Note 3: Server system memory configurations specify the minimum allowed system memory to run the HCT. It is recognized that OEMs supply systems with specific feature requirements to corporations, which can include providing servers that do not include any preinstalled memory or that meet specific customer requirements for installed memory.

WL-3. DELETED

WL-4. All components and devices meet Windows compatibility and quality design guidelines

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