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Am facing the priblem related to virtual memory

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You have not posted in details so it's kind of hard to say exact answer.
But mostly your problem seem less memory of RAM so you need to update your RAM because vista OS requires at least 1 GB RAM to run it properly.
and if it it RAM problem then get it updated then your problem will be gone.
than you

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