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    Can you be more specific what type of memory is full.Does your harddrive have no free space? Is your memory slots maxed out whatare you trying to do .richardm69

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    TechSuppo548 May 11, 2010

    Memory is full or Hard disk space is full?

    Are you wanting to add memory and cannot?

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Memory cannot be "full", Hard Disk space can be full. Is this what you are referring to? To free up more memory you can shut down some programs, you can also uninstall programs and delete files to free up more hard disk space. Or buy a new hard drive.

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