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Run out of memor

Even when computer is not being used a panel pops up saying windows has run out of memory and has shut down some programs.
I have 4 gig ram 4X350 HD's

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  • beejay78 Jan 25, 2009

    I typed in Swap file on the start bar (Vista) this brought up "atiilhag" which consisted of a lot of number which I believe is all about the graphics card drivers, My main drive is portioned C & D Which have 211gb & 152gb free

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Check your swap file, is there enough room on the partition/drive?

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

  • 1r1sh Jan 25, 2009

    you need to go to the properties of your computer, navigate to the advanced tab and find out if the page file is locked at a fixed ammount and look at the properties. The standard for the page/swap file is 1.5 times the ammount of physicall ram installed.

    This means that at 4GB, you should have a range up to 6GB for your swap/page file. You also need to find out which partition that the swap file is assigned to and look to see if it has been put on a partition that does not have enough room and change the location of it.

    first af all, make sure that you have a good antivirus and malware program installed and updated and run them/it just to be safe.

    Malware_Bytes is free and very good, this is always the first place to start.

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