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First, here are Microsoft's recommended minimum system requirements:
You will need to have upgraded your memory from the system you had delivered first of all, to either at least 1GB (for 32-bit Win 7) or 2GB (for 64-bit Win 7). In either case, 2GB would be better.
Take your Windows 7 disks (CDs or DVDs) and reinstall it. Possibly you will have an 'upgrade' version of Windows 7. (Your computer was originally shipped with Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Service Pack 2. If you use your recovery CDs or the Recovery partition on your hard disk, this OS will be the one you get)
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