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Re: not starting after toolarge memmory msg
I am having a hard time understanding exactly what the issue is, are you having memory issues or battery issues? Can you please post the message you received so that I might be able to better assist you.
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Open the C drive with the same way as typing C: in adress bar.Then search for a "autorun.inf" file
During this search the hidden files search option must be enabled in advanced options.
See if any file comes as below:
If yes ,then delete the file(only delete the exact file written above)
I am not sure that this would work or not but try once.
you did not mention whats the ram size ...
do theses steps and if you have memory above 512 mb theses steps should help to speed the system a bit and if thats about 1gb it would do wonders
a) if you have windows vista and u have memory cards more than 1 gb ...
make sure you keep the system on for 24hrs to 48 hrs which is required to complete the indexing on the system and if that is not complete the system will run very slow
b) if you have xp than do these steps these would make the system run a bit faster
1) start>run>msconfig> and than click on startup> and disable everything and than restart the system and than it will give you a msg on the start up select the box that says do not show the msg again and click okie
2) download three softwares from gur.in from the download section on the left ... malaware bytes , dial a fix and superantispyware and than run in the same sequence given above
3) right click on my computer> properties >advanced> settings on the performance option > advanced> on the virtual memory click on change > in the custom size the initial size is 2000 and max size is 3000 and than click on the set button and than ok and restart the system
and if u have memory card less than 512mb increase it something above 1gb
Did you check the type of the memory card the motherboard of your computer would support? It may be a DDR1 or DDR2 and also check how much memory your motherboard can hold. You disconnect the memory card and check to see if the computer would turn on.
Memory is Hard and you can destroy your computer if it isn't done properly because of many reasons. I would suggest that you remove the Memory and see if it works again but I must warn you that if you enter your computer without being a technician you may do further harm to your computer. If it works great but if not I will go through the steps of troubleshooting with you.
you need to upgrade your computer memmory, check first if you have a higher capacity of your memmory. and if you have, go to the bios setting of your computer and checnge the settings of the video sharing. you can increase it up to 256mb shared memory. if you have a 1Gb or 2Gb capacity of your memory.
L1 & L2 cache memory is actually on your CPU so it is not something you can upgrade.
If you are talking about Virtual Memory, that is different, as it is a file that resides on your Hard disk (not a memory chip at all) the size of your Virtual memory is allocated by your operating system. but is user customisable.
The problem identified that your system wont start. By solving, let begin from the very the very start. 1. be sure that power supply function well. u can test PS by changing temporary identified functional PS. if u sure that PS is good then, examine processor. remove memory. switch on system w/out memory if hear beeping. u are sure that processor is working.if not then something wrong with your processor. if beefing then insert memory. if not solve, examine memory clean it very well. and insert. if same problem replace memory. notify me if more problem identified. we will continue.....