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Monitor lighting and Virtual memory has no such relation. Anyway you can easily increase your virtual memory by doing the following
Right click on My Computer> Properties> Advance > Performance Option> change (you can increase the number here)
that way you can increase your paging files which is also called virtual memory.
Please tell me if you have any question.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
To determine if the laptop has a problem with the inverter of low virtual memory issues, plug an external monitor in to the laptop and you can change the virtual memory by following these instructions, right click on my computer, select properties, then select advanced, click on virtual memory and change the settings to system detemined, save settings and reboot the laptop without the external monitor to see if it is virtual memory or inverter.
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Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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I would say the hard drive is failing. But need to run a diagnostic on it to be sure.
If you would like to know where to get the ibm / hitachi hard drive diagostic let me know. It's free for download and you can get a bootable ISO image to burn onto cd. Allowing you to boot from cd in order to test the drive.
As far as replacing, you should be good with a 60gb or 80gb. Did it orginally have a 20gb in it? I would say for most people, 60-80 is way more than enough. Unless you have a ton of music or pictures.
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