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PC System Requirements (Minimum)
Microsoft Windows XP (SP2), Vista; Pentium 900MHz or Equivalent Processor; 128MB RAM; 40MB Available Hard Drive Space; 8x CD-ROM Drive; 16-Bit Graphics Card; Sound Card; Mouse & Keyboard
Mac System Requirements (Minimum)
Mac OS X 10.3.9+; PowerPC G4/G5 Processor or Better; 256MB RAM; 50MB Available Hard Drive Space; 4x CD-ROM Drive; Mouse & Keyboard
Try removing the game driver from the system then see if the problem is fixed. If this fixes the problem, make sure you have the correct drivers for VISTA. Most Vista platforms are 64 bit and if you are using a 32 bit driver that will cause the problem. Check for an updated game driver from the company that makes your driver. If they have had issues with VISTA and who hasn't they may just have a new driver for you. Good Luck with VISTA!
this memory leakage is a common problem of vista... i dont think it has a solution unless those guys correct it.. the amount of disappearances is decreasing as we keep the system update... it usually displays correct value if we restart the system after update or installation... after sometime it slowly starts decreasing...
Since you have a logitech mouse, lets just disable the touchpad. You should be able to disable the touchpad via one of these methods:
Look on the top row of keys. You should have one that looks like a little mouse. If you do, hold down the "fn" key in the bottom, and press the key with the mouse on it. That *should* disable the touchpad.
Go to the control panel, and find the keyboard and mouse settings. Digging through the menus, you should find a touchpad. You can disable it through there.