Question about Toshiba PC Desktops
Must be a ram issue try reseating the ram cards if they are seated well but keep having the problem replace the ram cards
Posted on Apr 26, 2014
SOURCE: Can you tell me how
I don't know what a toshiba is, but if it has a windows operating system it will adjust the amount automatically. it stands for Random Access Memory and it requires just enough to run your system and programs installed. If it is too low Windows will adjust it automatically, if it's too high it will do the same. the RAM varies accordingly to each computer. If you go messing with that dude, RAM is going to be the least of your worries. Ha Ha.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
The best way to do this is to prepare well ahead of time by making a Slipstreamed SP3 cd to aid in the installation. This will save you days updating the service packs and security patches from Microsoft that you'll have to do if you use your original install cd. You can learn how to do this by reading Slipstream SP3 and EG Slipstream XP
Here are a series of resources to help you on your way.
Begin here and see this MSKB article and the links in BC's post here
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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