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Most likely this means "virtual memory", and not the actual RAM. I don't know what operating system you are using, but these directions should walk you thru the steps of changing your virtual memory size if you're using Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7.
1) Go to Computer (My Computer in Widows XP).
2) Right-click and choose Properties.
3) Choose Advance System Settings (just labeled "Advanced" in XP).
4) Click on the Settings button in the "performance" area.
5) Choose "Advanced" Again.
6) Click on the "Change" button in the "virtual memory" area.
7) Make sure to click\highlight the drive you want to use for virtual memory.
8) Make sure that the dot next to "Custom size" is filled in.
9) Increase your Initial Size and Maximum Size by adding 1024 to whatever number is in the box for each category, then click "Set", Then click "OK", then click "Apply" if its not grayed-out.
10) Reboot your computer.
This should resolve the problem of your memory being low.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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