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Low memory for android process. Update slideme from www.slideme.org and then install eveything on the micro sd. Let the tablet memory free for process. I know this because a got the same tablet with the same problemm until this. First return the tablet to factory default
Ok. How much space do you have free on your hard-drive right now? (I'm assuming that you know how to check this).
If its low, then maybe you didnt free up enough space on the drive. If it is high however, then answer this: is the message you are receiving telling you that you are low on disk space? or is it telling you that it is low on virtual memory space?
if its low on virtual memory, then the problem could be many including 1) virus etc 2) a program is running that is using up more RAM than is avaivable 3) you need more RAM on your system.
if its low disk space, then the problem could be 1) You need to free up more disk space (that may mean getting a bigger hard-drive installed)
Try using an updated virus scanning utility. If it says that you are virus free, then try one of the solutions above.
Here's the procedure on how to increase virtual memory of your PC:
Right click on My Computer > left click on Properties > Advanced
> Settings > Advanced. Under Virtual memory left click on Change.
Select (left click) on the Drive on wich Windows XP is installed. In most cases this will be Drive C.
Space available: Select the radio button labeled: Custom size:
play it safe, in both the Initial (MB)size: and Maximun size: dialogue
boxes type 2560 (i.e. allocate 2.5GB for the pagefile) provided you
have the free memory space to spare. If you don't have enough free
memory available enter the amount of memory you can spare, and
meanwhile seriously consider getting a larger Hard Drive.
is set to 4096MB (4GB), max. allowed by XP. This may seem like quite a
lot, but the reason for this is that recent games now require a lot
more real and virtual memory to function correctly, even if you have
2GB of RAM. Having a larger pagefile size does not hurt performance as
such; it only takes up a bit of additional disk space.
After setting the new page file size left click on
OK > OK > OK. Then restart the computer.
it means the amount of hard drive free space is either low or it means you must increase the limit of this space. first remove any un-necessary files by doing the following:
1.) open explorer and click c drive.
2.) right click and select properties
3.) select "disk cleanup"
now select the Tools tab above and select "check now"
now select "Defragment now"
next, right click "my computer" on desktop
then select Advanced tab and select "settings"
then select next Advanced tab and select "change" in the virtual memory area.
type in the maximum under custom size and select "set" and ok out.