Question about Lenovo 256MB ATI X1600 Pro VGA DVI-I TV-out PCI-EXPRESS Dual Head Graphics Ada FRU:41T2725 PCI Express Graphic Card
When booting up, my old computer (running windows XP) has a window pop up that won't close at all:
windows - no disk
exception processing message c0000013 parameters 75b6bf9c 4 75b6bf9c 75b6bf9c
Also, I am trying to run my sony camcorder (usb streaming) to download videos and even though it connects through the usb streaming tool and also in windows movie maker, the computer slows down so much that it freezes up. In task manager it shows that the computer uses 100% of its resources when connected to the camera.
Sony tech support said I have insufficient physical memory. Is there any way I can delete stuff to free up some more memory? What do you suggest? Please help!!!
Here is a site that fixes this problem with the error:
For your memory problem you will need to add more physical memory to your system. Physical memory is a chip that is installed into your computer. Requires that you open the computer case and install the memory chip.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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