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Windows ran out of memory

Why do I have this on my screen " Windows ran out of memory Unable to allocate 77312 bytes please close some applications and press ok"

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Go into control panel>uninstall a program and then select the application from the list. Look for a repair button towards the top of the screen. If that doesn't fix the problem you can try updating the program, and if that still doesn't fix your problem, you will have to re-install the program. If you upgraded from a previous version of Windows to Windows 7, it could be a compatibility issue.

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More then likely you have a bad hard drive. Usually when a HD starts going bad it will give errors like unable to load whatever file. I would put in a new hard drive reinstall your operating system from the disks that came with your computer and then use a USB to SATA cable to copy the files pics or whatever off your old Hard Drive. If this is a fairly new computer you can probably get a new HD under warranty

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you will have to do a re-install or insert a (windows 7/8) cd and repair my computer and select an option

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