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To increase Virtual Memory ( Vista)
Start > Control Panel Home > System and Maintenance > System > view amount of RAM > Advanced System Settings > Advanced tab > Performance - Settings > Advanced tab - Virtual memory will be displayed - mine is set to 3000 MB > change >
min 3000 max 3050 > OK

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