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Windows XP needs a bare-minimum of 128MB just to start itself.
Windows Vista needs a bare-minimum of 512MB.
Thus, having 256MB is "barely-adequate" for XP, but "not-enough" for Vista.
For XP, I recommend either 512MB or 1GB.
For Vista, I recommend at least 2GB.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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