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You maximum RAM possible is 4 GB DDR 400.

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What is "Virtual Memory" and why is it too low?


Virtual Memory is a setting on your computer, whereas Physical Memory (or RAM) refers to the amount of memory actually installed in your computer.
To understand what Virtual Memory is, one needs to understand what memory does. When you open a file or program, your computer loads the needed information into memory from your hard drive. If you open a second program, it loads when it needs for that one as well, while keeping the other one in memory too. As you open more and more programs, things start to get complicated.
The amount of memory you have in your computer is finite, so it can only load so many things before it starts to get "full." That's where Virtual Memory comes into play. When you open too many things for your Physical Memory to handle, it temporarily writes them back to disk in an area reserved for Virtual Memory.
Think of a juggler juggling three balls. If someone tosses her another ball, and then another and another, she will eventually need to set a ball aside in order to continue juggling more balls. Virtual Memory is like the juggler putting one of the balls in her pocket while she juggles the others.
Now that we know what Virtual Memory does, let's talk about how to set it correctly. According to Microsoft, your Virtual Memory should be set to between 1.5 times and 3 times the Physical Memory on your computer. (See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308417)
If you're getting errors about your Virtual Memory being too low, it could very well be because it isn't set properly. Follow the link above for instructions on how to change that. However, it could also just be because your computer needs more Physical Memory to handle all the tasks you want to do. Think about it. Say your computer has 512MB of Physical Memory. You open enough things so that it fills that 512MB up with data and starts writing to Virtual Memory in order to keep "juggling" all the things you need. Even if your Virtual Memory is set correctly (768MB to 1536MB in this case), that's still not a whole lot. But if your computer has 4GB (4096MB) of Physical Memory, it could easily do everything you need without even having to write to Virtual Memory. So you may be getting Virtual Memory errors, but the real problem may be that you need more Physical Memory.
These days, a computer with 1GB of RAM is ok for surfing the web and using some basic word processing, and that's about it. Depending on what you need to do, 2GB is a good place to start.
Hope this was helpful for you. Good luck!

on Mar 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Increase Physical memory of the system. Increasing Physical memory will increase...


Increase Physical memory of the system.

Increasing Physical memory will increase the performance of the system.

1. Right click My Computer - Select Properties.

2. In property window Click on Advance tab --- Performance -- Settings.

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3. In Performance Options window -----> Virtual Memory option Click Change button.
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4. In Virtual memory window --- Select C drive --- Click on custom Size.
5. Change initial size to 2000MB & Maximum size to 4000MB -- Click on Set button.
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6. Click OK and close all window. Restart system.

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What should be the "Physical Memory " in this


Based on the description that you gave us, this model has 4GB of memory.

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Dell 531 Multiple problems: - Running slower and slower by the day - Keeps trying to do automatic file backups, but then shows an error stating that my backup disk space is low


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I think you need to increase the Physical Memory of your computer... If the physical memory is less, system goes slow...

You can increase your available physical memory by either adding more memory chips or by deleting existing software or files. Pls follow this step: Go to RUN, type WINMSD.EXE You can able to see the available physical memory. If the memory is very less then you need to increase the space as I mentioned above. Pls let me know if this doesn't work.

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In my system imformation it tells me, installed physical memory 1gb, total physical memory 767mb, available physical memory 253mb. Why is my total physical memory not 1gb. I am running vista 32bit. Many...


If you have embedded video or cheap chipset on the main-board it reserves some memory for the build in video no matter if you have AGP ot PCIx video card just go to Bios and shrink the used memmory for the video card to 8 MB if you have another card. If you need some help locating the bios setting write back :D

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Losing virtual memory. how much to replace. express service 11124380917


Virtual memory is a setting, physical memory is something you can replace. Right click My Computer, choose Properties. Look on the General tab to see what you have for RAM. You should have at least 1GB. Less than that you'll have performance issues. 2GB would be good. More is better.
Virtual memory is a setting, and should be 1.5 to 3 times what you have for physical memory. Right click My Computer, choose Properties. Choose the Advanced tab. Under Performance, choose Settings. On the Advanced tab under Virtual Memory, click Change. For initial size, enter the number in MB that is 1.5 times your physical memory. (1GB = 1024 MB) For maximum size, enter the number in MB that is 3 times your physical memory.
Hope this helps! Good luck.

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Acer Aspire E500 RAM


This is because your computer is sharing the physical memory with the graphics memory so it will actually subtract the amount of the shared memory from the physical memory in the computer giving you the 780 that you see because the computer reserves a portion of that to use for your graphics.

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Physical memory dump blue sreen


This is error message is primarily related to the physical memory of your system is not working properly.. or else it might be a issue with the slot for the memory on your computer.... i would recommend you to contact a local guy or else you can also try to reinstall your windows on the system...

Jan 22, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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Memory confusion different readings


It sounds like something isnt working right, what operating system are you using, Vista? I would take out the original 512 and see what it says after, often ram isnt compatible if it is too different in size and speeds. Also, if your motherboard supports dual channel ram and you have the extra 512 chip it wont run in dual channel mode, you would run better with just the 2 chips then the added 512 chip.

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