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Computer is operating very i only have 368 of ram.

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You just answer your question. Upgrade memory. If you are running Windows XP service pack 2 with antivirus program, it would used up most of your memory even before you open any programs. I would recommend at least 512MB and if you are using your computer to edit pictures I would boost it up to a 1GB.

You might still have another problems such as viruses or the spy-ware.

Good luck

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To partially clear computer RAM memory, close some programs that are currently running. In Windows, right-click on any program in the task bar and choose the "Close" option. That will free up the memory that was used by the program. Even if you close every program running on the task bar, a big chunk of memory is taken up by the operating system. The RAM used by the operating system cannot be cleared without shutting down the system.

  • 2 To clear computer RAM memory totally, you have to shut down the system. In Windows, click on the Start Menu and click the "Shut Down" option. Unix and Linux have similar options. When this process is complete, all RAM will be cleared.

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    If you are somewhat impatient, turn off the computer by pressing the power button on the computer. This is slightly quicker than the previous step.

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    If you are very impatient, unplug the power cord of the computer. If it is a laptop, disconnect the battery as well. The computer's RAM memory will be cleared immediately upon the power source being disconnected. This method of shutting down the computer usually causes corruption or some other problem when the operating system is booted up again.

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    Jul 18, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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    Do I need to download new bios for my acer wg43m motherboard in order to be able to install more ram?

    A 32-bit operating system is limited to around 3.5 GB's of Ram Memory. You will have the ram memory installed, but it will only recognize 3.5GB.

    A 64-bit operating system will recognize up to 128GB's of ram memory.

    Windows XP Home is a 32-bit operating system.
    Windows XP Pro had a 32-bit version available, and a 64-bit version available.

    This also goes for the various Vista operating systems, and Windows 7 operating systems.

    LOOK, and see.

    1) If it is Windows XP Pro;

    Left-click on Start, then right-click on My Computer.
    Left-click on Properties at the bottom of the list.

    What does it state? If 64-bit is not shown, it is a 32-bit operating system.

    2) If it is a version of Vista, or Windows 7;

    Left-click on the Windows logo button. Right-click on Computer.
    Left-click on Properties.

    Again, if it is a 64-bit operating system, you can bet Windows will state it.

    For additional questions post in a Comment.


    (NO one you have run into above, told you about this? Better watch their advice, then)

    May 20, 2012 | Acer Aspire AX3910 Desktop

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    My computer is always restart

    first of all re install your operating system your operating system is damaged.
    if after reinstalling of your operating system the problem is still.
    then you have to replace your ram with the new one for that please follow the given steps

    first of all open your CPU shutter and on mother board you can see that there is pluged ram in ram bank open the clips and pull out the ram and now place the new ram on that bank.

    before replacing the new ram please make sure that your ram is making that problem for that plug out your ram and rubb its golden area with a soft rubber and now plug it on ram bank now start your computer if your problem is solved then ok.

    if not so please now replace it with new as i says before. your problem will solve Thanks.

    Jul 17, 2011 | MSI Wind Top AE2020-098US Desktop Computer...

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    It is just slow low ram and want to know if i can put 2 new 2gb in it

    You can install up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM at speeds of 533mhz, 667mhz, and 800mhz into that motherboard according to the ACER website.

    However, since the computer is operating, by the sounds of it, then you should go to
    and click on Scan My Computer (it's will be a blue bar near the top of the page). It will scan your computer, tell you what RAM you have installed, what RAM you can install, how much you can install, and it will also show you links to RAM that you can buy for your computer. It is quite handy.

    I hope this helps! If not, please comment back and let us know!

    Jan 04, 2011 | Acer Aspire™ T180 PC Desktop

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    My computer screen is black after logging in and i cant do anything i have windows vista


    This usually occurs when your RAM is faulty and can actually happen to all computers running many different operating systems. Aside from installing a new operating system to test out the RAM, you can simply switch out your RAM.

    Turn off your computer if it is on. If you are experiencing the black screen regularly, there is a good chance that it will not allow you to boot up your computer fully without shutting itself down. If this is the case, your computer is already more than likely off. Remove the power cord from the computer tower.

    Remove the screws that hold the PC tower cover in place with a screwdriver. The tower cover usually only comes off on one side, so gently remove the side that is capable, and place it away from the tower. Users with laptops need to remove the RAM panel from the underside of the computer. This gives you access to the RAM for replacing.

    Locate the RAM that is attached to the motherboard of your computer. You will see clasps that hold the RAM into place, and you may see more than one stick of RAM. Remove all of the RAM sticks by pushing the clasps away, unhooking the RAM from the motherboard. Click your new, replacement RAM into place, and cover the tower back up with the cover, or replace the laptop RAM panel.

    Hook up the power cable or place the battery back in, and power on your computer. You now see that your computer is working without the black screen appearing. If you have more than one stick of RAM, turn the computer off, and remove the power cords and battery. Insert one old RAM stick, and cover the tower back up, replace the power cord or battery, and turn on your computer. Check to make sure it does not present you with the blue screen. One by one, reinsert the old RAM sticks into your computer, and test your computer for stability. Once you are presented with the black screen, remove the last old RAM stick that you inserted, and your screen problems are gone.

    Nov 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    I need to buy memory for my computer its an emachines desktop model# T3410 512 MB DDR SDRAM and I dont know what to get

    in DDR ram there is some models like ddr and ddr2 and another new model is DDR3. First you check what is your ram related to. for that in some pcs bios option system information the details are there. For that at the time of booting before windows logo press the button whatever is showing to enter setup. and check otherwise remove your ram and take that to a computer shop and take a new ram with same model.

    And one more thing is you have to check your clock speed of your ram. Remove your ram from pc and check if any information is there on ram

    Jun 24, 2010 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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    Upgrade to more RAM

    Find out what you have then add more.

    Apr 04, 2010 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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    My e machine desktop model w3503 is using only 368 of ram out 512MB why

    Don't go by what you see in windows as far as the memory that is being used. Go into the BIOS of yoru emachine and in the BIOS it will tell you how much memory is in your system. As long as the total memory in there is 512mb, that is what matters. Windows doesn't always give accurate info but the BIOS will.

    If the BIOS doesn't show the full 512 then its either a memory stick problem or a motherboard issue and you won't truly know for sure until you try other memory sticks.

    Nov 30, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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    Computer crash/need upgrade

    I need more information to properly assess this problem.

    What sort of P.C. is this? How old is it? How much R.A.M. (Random Access Memory) do you have? What O.S. (Operating System) are you currently using?

    My first "guess" is that this is a lack of R.A.M. Games usually use an awful lot of memory for their graphics functions in their programs.

    Today's standard for most computer operations are about 1 G.B. (Gigabyte) of D.D.R. (Double Data Rate) R.A.M. (Random Access Memory)

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