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Amvo.exe application error

Hi there i would just like to know why this message keeps popping up when i start or close my xp with reference to some memory....

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Though you didn't include the actual message, memory issues can be from not having enough RAM, having physical RAM that is defective (run a memory check), or running too many processes for your system's capabilities. Take a look at the Task Manager to verify services are not overloading your PC capacity - you may need to add RAM. Thanks for rating FixYa!

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