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I keep getting "virtual memory too low". Other times "not enogh memory", etc. Forgive my ignorance (age tells!). I should know this. How do I increase the memory? (the computer's; mine is another problem!) Please tell me the first steps (that is, sequence of menu items to enter into) thanks, Frank
 

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Start> Run> type: sysdm.cpl then hit OK.
Click on Advanced tab> Settings button under Performance.
Advanced tab, click Change button under Virtual memory. I would suggest that
you tick the radio button beside System managed size. Then OK and Apply your way out.
 

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Augie,(lots of Augies in my family)

Thanks for th info on the virtual memory. I haven't had the problem since I did what you said.

A related question: What are the bare minimums that I should leave at startup for win xp-pro? I want to use run>msconfig>startup to eliminate some things that have gotten into startup in order to have quicker boots. At present, it is too slow.

Or is there something else or better i should do. thanks, Frank
Happy New Year
 
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