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Read know a little about PC partition low memory problem? Don't worry! Here is a video tutorial that can teach you how to extend your C drive space step by step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jCeT7CbsKk
Also remember to save your partition data well in advance.
your System may be slow due to following reason - Too many programs running at startup or in the background - Data Corruption, hard disk fragmentation - Missing Windows updates or outdated drivers - Not enough hard drive space, too many unused programs - Left over programs, old cached and temporary files So Follow these steps to fix computer problem:: - Delete all the temp files - Remove unused programs - install latest drivers from the manufacturer site - Install and run antispyware software - Free up wasted space with Disk Cleanup tool - Defragment your hard disk drive If you are unable to perform above tasks then use a single utility tool like PC Fresher that will fix windows errors that cause of system slow
I understand that your computer is running on Low memory.
If you have budget, it would be best to upgrade your RAM but then you may try the following solutions below:
For Low Virtual memory on Windows XP: 1. Click Start, then open the Control Panel. 2. Select Performance and Maintenance, and then click System. 3. Click the Advanced tab. 4. Under Performance, choose Settings. 5. Click the Advanced tab. 6. Under Virtual memory, click Change. 7. Under Drive [Volume Label], click the drive that contains the paging file (virtual memory) settings that you want to change. In almost every case, this will be your C: drive. 8. Click to select the "System managed size" option, then click Set. 9. Click OK three times and restart your computer
For Low Virtual memory on Windows Vista and windows 7:
1. Click Start, then open the Control Panel then select on Systems. 2. Click on advanced tab and select on settings for the performance option. 2. Select o the advanced tab then check on Virtual Memory(Change).
Uncheck the "Automatically manage paging file size", and select 'Custom Size'. Increased the size based on the Recommended levels+200mb
You may also do the following to free up some space:
1. Delete Temporary files a. Click on start and type in %temp% on the run option. b. Delete all your temporary files.
2. Do a disk clean up. a. Click on Start b. Accessories c. System tools d. Select on disk clean up.
If you have low memory disk, try to check your cpacity. To do this, click Start > then right click Computer then click Properties. You will check your RAM if it is 512MB, 1GB or 2GB. Then click Start then click My Computer. Then right click Local Disc C then click Properties. You will check the total memory space available. If the free space is very little already, try to remove unnecessary programs such as games... Restrart the pc and check if your space is still low...
You might need to increase the Virtual Memory (which is hard disk space that is used when the RAM is full). I know of an article on how to increase the virtual memory in XP, but Vista and Windows 7 are not that different.
you can check to see how much free space you have on your 100 gb drive ... just right click on the C: drive icon .. and then select "properties" .. if you have lots of space left then thats not your problem and a new 320 gb wont help .. if you see that you are running out of space (like less than 10 or 20 gb) then it will help .. you can transfer or ghost your entire drive over to the new drive if you have the proper equipment .. or if you take it somewhere to have it done .. you may have to reregister your operating system but that only takes a phone call or an internet click .. much more likely your computer is full of spy and ad-ware unless you have a good security suit that takes care of that sort of stuff ... if you dont have any anti spy-ware program then "spybot search and destroy" is a good start and its free ... some anti virus programs can really slow a computer down .. if you have a good one stick with it .. if you dont then AVAST or AVG are really good and free ... if you havent done so you can "clean up your hard drive" .. that includes getting rid of temporary file clutter and defragging the hard drive ..you should do that every couple of months or schedule it to happen at set intervals .. check how much memory you have .. most computers today should have 1gig or more memory .. if you have only 256 or 500 meg then things will run slow .. depending on what your operating system is .. XP will work ok on 500meg Vista wont .. ...both can benifit form increased memory ..