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Virtual memory My Packard Bell Pc is 4-5 years old. P/N P660403401. The monitor goes blank every few minutes. I switch it off for 5-10 minutes then it works again for maybe 5 minutes before going blank again. A pop up appears on the task bar saying that there is not enough virtual memory and windows is doing something to increase the memory paging file but it hasn't improved and my Pc is running very slowly. I am unsure as to what to uninstall or how to do it, to increase memory as there may be something running in the background that I'm unaware of. What can I do to fix this problem as it has gone on for a long period of time?

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Dear barbwire

your hard drive nearlly full in which your os is installed.so pls increase your winxp drive capacity or remove program and data which are not importent or send them to other drive .then remove temp files. perform disk cleanup.and run chkdsk utility in cmd. your problem is solved.

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