Intel P4 2.8ghz CPU oc'd 10% to 3.08 ghz
I am running XP Pro SP2 with all updates.
I get an error when I try to make a recording using Windows sound recorder. I have been using it for a while to transfer my old band tapes to CD. But recently whenever I try to save something I get this error:
"Not enough memory available to completethis operation. Quit one or more applications to increase available memory, and then try again."
I dont have anything else running. I ran Ad-aware and A-squared, niether of which found anything. I have tried booting up with another hard drive but get the same error. System Properties shows 3 GB Ram. I have 2- 512 mb sticks and recently added 2- 1 gig sticks. So Im thinking maybe that has something to do with it. I noticed BF2 load times decrease significantly when I added the new memory so Im a bit confused. If the memory was bad, why would it affect sound recorder negatively and BF2 positively? I have not tried removing the new memory to see if that fixes the problem. Im hoping its something else.