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Posted on Dec 10, 2012
Go into command prompt and stop all programs. If that does not work, get a bigger hard drive
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Add memory to HP/Compaq nc6000?
Before upgrading memory please try these options,
Delete temporary files.
Defragment your hard drive.
Make Virtual memorey double the Physical memory.
Make sure that you have sufficient disk space free for memory swapping paging and for temporary storage.
remove unnecessary programs from windows tray.
If these tips help you and satisfy the performance of your notebook. Else its my opinion for you to upgrade the memory.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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Posted on Nov 30, 2008
It also sounds like you have a cooling issue with your processor. Try removing that is over the area of the exhaust vents and clean all the dust and **** off the vents, heat sink, and fan. You may have to remove the fan to do so.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
There are many options you can choose to increase the performance of your machine.
You can increase your virtual memory settings. To do this follow these steps:
Press and hold the Windows Logo Key + press "pause break" key to access System Properties, note the amount of RAM it states before continuing, you will need it for a calculation. (xxxmb)
Select Advanced Tab > Under Performance click Settings > Click Advanced Tab > Under virtual memory click Change button >
Set the Minimum and Maximum to a number 1.5 times the physical amount of RAM that you have. (Providing you have less than 512mb. 2.5x for 1gb or greater.) Hit set, Hit apply.
Before restarting, you may want to consider reducing some of the Visual Effects of XP to gain some resources back.
Manually un-check the boxes listed on the Visual Effects tab that you encountered right before setting the virtual memory. You can also click "adjust for best performance" for an automatic trim.
Also, it is still considered a good idea to defragment the drive after the installation do to how the installer tends to throw out information in a rush. On a clean install I got almost a mb of resources back.
Also, you can tweak the services. Visit this site:
Using the SAFE settings you will get around 5mb of resources, and picking and choosing after that can amount to another 7.5mb
This will solve your issue.
Let us know if you have anything else.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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