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Where can I download Vista Home Premium? I have my prod. key, but can't find my discs...


here is the Address for you to download the needed files to fully update your pc to Vista Home Premium. and make sure you click the right button. 32 bit or 64 bit. both options available.

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MY COMPUTER WILL AUTOMATICALLY RESTART DUE TO DUMP FILES


Computer will not reboot automatically due to dump files but If you are feeling that you computer is booting because of them then go ahead and clear all the file from the below mentioned locations. Type in all the below commands in the RUN Window i.e. Start / Run
%Temp% temp prefetch
type all the three commands separately and clear all the junk or temp files and folders.
Please do rate if you feel the solution was helpful.

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I think i do the same but with video files, hope this works Just place on the main folder, there will be a search tool in the upper right side of the window. There u can search, for my example, all the videos in all the folders contained in it by searching *.avi. If u want to see every file in ur folders, search *.*

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1) enter bios
2)make changes in shared graphics to 128 mb
3) increase the size of page sys file allocate more ram to page.sys file by going into rt click my computer/properties/ performance/
4 u can change your windows system to 64 bit.

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When i trying to boot up my pc it's take about from 3 min to sometime 8 min and i have amd 9850,4g of memory running vista 32bit i try 64 bit it took for ever i change back to 32 bit. please some one help...


Vista may be the problem. I used to have vista for couple years but actually downgrated to xp again!
You should download a program called "glary utilities" it is a free download.
It will clean your registry, optimize registry and boot up times, spyware and adware removal, system defrag, temp files cleaner and way more!
This program will dramatically help improve boot up times.
Also Check your start up items to see what is being loaded all at boot up time. You are able to disable some programs and delay others as well. There is also a setting on glary utilites that does this

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System crash after upgraing memory for acer aspire 4315


If u have 2 ram in 1 computer memoryh frequence
conflict betwwen each other if both r differ.
So cheange yhour ram and check both rammeoroy frequence are same .

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Brand new gateway m-6846 vista 64bit


The maximum amount of memory that your system can use is actually limited in two ways — not only is there a maximum amount of memory that your computer motherboard can accept, there is also a maximum amount of memory that your operating system (OS) can accept.

For instance, when you install 4GB of memory in a 32-bit Windows system (the most common version; 64-bit systems are typically used only by high-end users), your system will see (and utilize) only 3GB or 3.5GB.
Relax, there isn't a problem with the memory. Windows allows for 4GB of memory to be addressed, but this isn't 100 percent the same as having 4GB of physical memory.

What happens is that some of the addressable memory (regardless of how much you have physically installed) is reserved for use by page files or by some of the devices that you are using, such as a graphics card, PCI card, integrated network connections, etc., so it's unavailable for use as normal main memory.

The amount of memory needed for these devices is calculated by your system at startup; if you haven't maxed out the memory in your system, it's invisible to you, and all your physical memory (the RAM that's installed) is available for use. However if you've maxed out the DRAM in your system, this amount will be deducted from your physical memory, so you can't use 100% of your DRAM.

The maximum memory limitation varies by operating system; for instance, the 4GB memory limitation doesn't exist in 64-bit versions of Windows.

Memory maximums for current Microsoft® Windows OSs include:

  • Windows XP Home: 4GB
  • Windows XP Professional: 4GB
  • Windows XP 32-bit: 4GB
  • Windows XP 64-bit: 128GB
  • Windows Vista Home Basic: 4GB
  • Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit: 8GB
  • Windows Vista Home Premium: 4GB
  • Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit: 16GB
  • Windows Vista Ultimate: 4GB
  • Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit: 128GB+
  • Windows Vista 32-bit: 4GB
  • Windows Vista 64-bit: 128GB+

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Try to do a system restore to where you have not install the SP1 or to the date the computer is still working fine.

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Depending on what operating system you are using, I suggest repairing the operating system. For windows xp here is a guide that you can follow http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/XPrepairinstall.htm.

For windows vista
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial148.html

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I accidently set my boot menu to zero value on both choices now I cant boot back up


You don't say which setting you have 'assigned a zero value to', but the default settings are as follows:

Default operating system - Fortunately you couldn't have deleted anything here. Just make sure it is set to the OS of your choice (Chances are there will only be the one).

Time to display list... and time to display recovery... - Both should be 30 seconds (for XP and Vista). By default, both are ticked in XP, only time to display list is ticked in Vista.

If you hit the edit button (XP only) your boot file should look something like this (upper/lower case is not important, neither is the exact order):

[boot loader]
timeout=30
default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect

Under the system failure section, tick everything.

Default for XP is small memory dump (64 KB), for Vista kernal memory dump.

Dump directory -

XP default is: %SystemRoot%\Minidump
Vista default is: %SystemRoot%\MWMORY.DMP

Do you REALLY promise you'll never do it again??? :-)

Matt

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