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when i log onto my computer it comes up a message saying my system has no paging file or the paging file is too small.. how do i get rid off that everytime i start up my comptuer ?
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go to systems in your control panel

click on advance tab then performance then settings then advance look at it and choose the recommend setting by clicking change you will see it there click ok when closing all windows

please keep all yor post in one posting thank you
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what do i do once i go to change ?
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click on System manage filethen click ok


if that dont work try typing the recommend settings in the custom size click ok
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hi im still getting tht window appearing when i log on any other ways to help me get rid of it
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go to control panel.......click on system...........then advance..........click setting in the

performance...advance...click change....custom size type in your recomended but allow the last digit by 1

>>>>>FOR EXAMPLE>>>MY SETTINGS ARE 1341....I INCREASED BY 3 MAKING IT 1344 THEN click

set.....click ok......systems options click ok.......system properties.... click ok
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