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Only the 64 bit versions of windows will support RAM greater than 4 gigs IIRC, but you can always find a driver so you can turn that 12 gigs of RAM into a RAMDrive and have faster than hell load times for BF2 and other games, but be careful because if you turn off the computer you loose the install files.
And I believe that most non-server motherboards can't support RAM densities of greater than 1 gig per stick, some maybe up to 2 but total RAM is 4 gigs for 32 bit boards.