Re: getting virtual memory low & needing to get to the...
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Virual memory is an area on the Hardrive that "acts" like memory when your RAM gets too full
If your gaming--its better to increase RAM -but here is how to increase the Virtual memory
Go to START> right-click on MY COMPUTER>PROPERTIES>ADVANCED click on SETTINGS under the Performance area-- then click the ADVANCED tab -and you should see an area to change(increase) your Virtual Memory
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I assume that you got a little balloon in the bottom right-hand corner announcing that your virtual memory is low and that Windows is adjusting it. If this happens just once, don't worry.
As the message said, Windows found a problem and fixed it. But if it happens repeatedly, it could be that your settings don't allow Windows to make the necessary adjustment.
First, make sure your drive isn't overly full. In Windows Explorer, right-click the drive icon and choose Properties. If the amount of free space is under about 10 percent, you'll need to free up some space. You can use the Disk Cleanup button right next to the free space indicator, or manually move some files to off-line storage, or uninstall unnecessary applications whatever it takes to get more free space.
If low drive space isn't the problem, the virtual-memory settings may be wrong. Right-click My Computer and choose Properties. Click the Advanced tab. Click the Settings button in the Performance panel.
Click the Advanced tab in the Performance dialog. Click the Change button in the Virtual memory panel. Whew! This setting is buried quite thoroughly! Look for the System managed size option, select it if it isn't already selected, and then click OK, OK, OK. That should end the warnings.
Failures in the motherboard, memory, or any installed card could cause that symptom. All I can suggest based on the above information is remove memory one piece at a time and retest, remove/reseat video card if you have one, and attempt to reset the CMOS using the jumper on the board. You might also try removing the battery on the board and unplugging everything, then attempt to reboot.
fairly normal occurrence but you should have a look at your performance settings
go to control panel
double click system icon
click the advanced tab at the top
by performance click settings
in pop up window click advanced tab
at the bottom you'll see virtual memory
most common option now is to set the radio button to system managed size
you should then ok each window.....
hmm you might need to flash the bios or reset the bios follow these instructions.
TO RESET BIOS
1.) unplug the computer system 2.) remove the side panel
now you have two option OPTION 1 3.) locate the jumper jp1 or jcmos1 you can use your manual for a refrence its a 3 pin jumper located cloase to the battery 4.) the jumper is currently on 1 and 2 , set it to 2 and 3 wait a few seconds and set it back to 1 and 2 5.) THATS IT BIOS PASSWORD RESET 6.) boot system enter setup and load optamised defaults. 7. save and exit setup
OPTION 2 incase you cant find the jumper 3.)remove memory 4.)remove the battery 5.)press the power button 5 times to empty any charged capicators 6.)replace battery and memory 7.)boot ystem enter bios load optimised defaults , save and exit