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Ok, i will download it right now.

My computer is bootable, the blue screen only happens if I start to work before all the startup programs are loaded...i have been getting in the habit of waiting a while longer for it to start up all the way..
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ran it...no errors
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My computer is bootable, the blue screen only happens if I start to work before all the startup programs are loaded...i have been getting in the habit of waiting a while longer for it to start up all the way..

That is very useful information and would explain the memory management errors. With 2GB of memory it should handle it just fine. What type of processor do you have? How many programs start at startup? Any of them memory intensive?
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I have 1.66 Ghz processor dual core and I have a few light programs on startup, plus Vmware..

I just looked at my HJT log and found out I had a small piece of malware, I dont think that was the problem.

any ideas?
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I would say VMware Due to the way that it works with memory in the system. That is one of those programs I would start manually.
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Probably so.

I am just going to do some maintence, uninstall stuff, defrag etc...

If I need some more help, I will post :whistling:
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