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I want to up gread my ram and memory what size can I go to??

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What type of Computer do you have?
Well heres a great Website that you can use, it will scan your machine and recommend sizes and types of Ram. very easy to navigate.
http://www.crucial.com/
Just go to scan my System and the information will be provided.
Happy Upgrading =)

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When there is less physical memory than needed, then some virtual memory (virtual RAM) is created on the disk. When there is a limit set to the size of virtual memory usage and there is not enough of it present there is a warning that frequently comes "Virtual Memory too low". Solution 1 : This problem occurs when physical RAM + Virtual RAM (usually created on hard disk) together are not sufficient to take care of the currently needed RAM size, or this situation is about to arise. This usually happens when some fixed upper limit for Virtual Memory has been set. To solve this problem, you can either upgrade you physical RAM on your computer (recommended), or you can set the Virtual Memory to system managed size or you can do both. Setting Virtual Memory to system managed size means windows will set it to higher size whenever needed automatically,for this, <br /> Right click on My computer --&gt; goto properties, goto advanced tab, click on performance settings, now click on advanced, now click on advanced, now click on change button for Virtual memory. <br /> On this screen select the System managed size, press OK. After this re-start your computer. This will solve the virtual memory too low problem. Solution 2: Recommended solution is to upgrade your physical memory (RAM) according to requirements of the kind of applications that you run on your computer. If you upgrade RAM or not, the following procedure will help prevent this warning by increasing the virtual memory limit. <br /> Right click on My computer icon and click properties. <br /> This will show system properties window. Click on a advanced tab and click on the settings button under heading performance. This will open performance options window. Click on advanced tab and click on change button under heading virtual memory. Check if the space available is set to some custom value or double the RAM size ? If it is not double the RAM memory size , then select the size option set the virtual memory size double the RAM Size and press set button and press OK button. Restart the computer

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First you have to find out how big your RAM is, not in terms of capacity, but in terms of how many pin. Once you know how many pins your RAM is you can purchase new RAM from many places online or locally. Before I go any further, I have to know if your PC is a Computer or Notebook.

If its a computer, you will have to take off the casing to expose the internals of the tower. That is where you will see your RAM ports. Usually there will be 2-4 places for RAM to be placed. There will normally be a fulcrum that will need to be pushed or pulled on both sides of the RAM (long ways), once you pull/push those down you can safely remove the RAM. You can tell because it will pop out a little bit to let you know its coming out. Pull them out, and then simply push the new RAM in its place, you should get a POP sound when its in place and the fulcrums/levers should adjust back to the way they were previously with the old RAM by themselves. After thats said and done put your tower back together, and turn the computer on. Please make sure that your motherboard is capable of handling the new capacity RAM you have purchased first though. Also make sure computer is off when you do this.

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which operating system you are using and what is the ram capacity? and onemore thing to check what is your virtual memory capacity. for that

Right click "mycomputer" > properties > advanced >click settings on performance > in advanced tab > increase virtual memory file size.
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Step 1. Right Click on My Computer
Step 2. Click on Properties
Step 3. Click on Advance Tab
Step 4. Under Performance Click on Settings
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Step 7. On the top Check the Box and in Custime Size Put the value..

Value Should be :
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thats no problem sir,u can upgrade the memory cards of the computer to the level which it supports may be 1gb,2gb or 4gb.....
u can purchase another memory stick of same specifications because its availiable is different size like 128Mb,256Mb,512Mb or 1Gb.....you can use any one according to your wish...

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fine ur problem if very simple as u installed 512 mb RAM on ur pc if at possible try to connect on to the other slot and restart the computer and check ur RAM capacity in ur os if it shows as same 256mb then ur have to change ur virtual memory settings i.e memory allocated to the video so configure ur virtual memory as per requirement then free up RAM memory ..

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  1. Open System in Control Panel.
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I know I have a driver issue but how can I solve it???? I just installed a new motherboard asus a7n8x vm 400 I installed windows XP Sp1 but when I got done I could not get a internet connection so I upgraded to Windows 7 and still got the same problem but with a new issue. The first Issue I was having was the computer would not log online. Under the Network and sharing center I?m getting an unidentified network message keeping my system from obtaining a valid IP address. For some reason it?s stuck on public network and will not let me change it to home. I tried all of the basic trouble shooting first by turning on network discovery then I checked my network cable; reset my modem and router, and rebooted my computer. After cycling everything and still no internet connection I tried to manual assign a IP address. next I tried to go online using a different computer to find a updated driver and transfer them via flash drive with no luck just the windows is using the best driver message. I tried installing Driver Detective put when I try to launch the program it shuts down because it don?t have a internet connection. The second problem I?m having is a unknown device in device manager. When I check the device properties under general and location it say that its on my PCI standard ISA bridge. I do have a vt6421a IDE/SATA raid card in stalled in 1 of the 3 slots but when I uninstalled the device and shut down the computer and physically removed the card and rebooted the same thing popped back up. Updating the driver didn?t work I tried to go to the manufactures websites to get all driver updates with no luck. So what do you recommend?

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