HP Compaq desk top computer says I using to much memory; whats going on?
First, hopefully you have a license and/or install key for AVG or you are using their free product. Because the best way to find out is, if adding AVG is the most recent major change to your system, before these error messages began to appear, then you should uninstall AVG, to see whether AVG itself is the problem.
To do this, you start clean, by doing a shut down and restart.
Then remove/uninstall AVG
Then shut down and restart again.
See if you have problems now that AVG is gone from your computer. I know that it is extremely important to have anti-virus for protection, but not at the cost of your system's stability. You may have to get an alternate product. If you have paid for AVG and recently, try asking their support people for advice on this, even before doing what I suggested. If you are using a Free AVG, then consider spending the money for Norton's Anti-virus 2012, or the most recent version.
Also you mentioned that you have a thumb drive in a USB slot. You might look into using that extra memory not all for photos, but part of it for something called Ready Boost, which works on Vista and Win 7. It dedicates part of your USB memory stick to helping speed up your computer. Do a search on the Microsoft windows site and see if you can use your memory stick for that purpose.
I hope this helps you with your problem.
Apr 19, 2012 |
HP w1907 LCD Monitor