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john3453

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my computer says its increasing virtual memory about every day plz help :whistling:



RAM: 512
windows XP
106 hard drvie
45.5g used space
61.5g free space
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john, please be a little bit more specific. what do you need help with?
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ok every day a little window appears and says virtual memory to low
windows is increasing virtual memory , and i kno thats not to happen every day
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:whistling:

Edited by john3453, 03 December 2006 - 03:57 PM.

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Only post a Hijackthis log in this forum when asked to do so by a staff member, it's for your own safety.

You could try a memory optimizer to free up your virtual memory.

HERE you can download a free memory optimizer.

Install and run the program and let me know if it increases your machine's performance.

Thankyou

Edited by emery, 03 December 2006 - 01:18 PM.

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Hi John,

In chat I posted a link for you to go to. In that link it instructs you where to post your HijackThis log, which should be in the Malware Forum.

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ok im sorry

Edited by john3453, 03 December 2006 - 03:56 PM.

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so can u help me
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sorry computer glich

Edited by john3453, 03 December 2006 - 04:02 PM.

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so can u help me
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same thing

Edited by john3453, 03 December 2006 - 04:02 PM.

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Well if the memory optimizer didn't help you could resize your virtual memory(a little more advanced)

To do this go to this:

1.)Click Start

2.)Click Control Panel

3.)Click Performance and Maintenance

4.) Click System

5.)Click Advanced

6.)Click "settings" on the performance tab

7.)Click Advanced

8.)Click "change" on the virtual memory options

9.)Raise the initial size and maximum size by 300

10.) Click Set, then click OK

11.) Now restart, and that should work
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ok thx
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any memory optimizer programs???
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The problem you are having is related to Malware (Malicious Software) installed on your computer. For that reason, please go to the Malware Forum like I have said at least three times now, both here and in chat.

The experts in that forum will be able to more then help you with your current problem.

On an added not, a memory optimizer will do absolutely nothing to solve your current problem, so please let that rest.

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