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System Memory and Process "Not Available" in Properties

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Apparently, AOL Instant Messenger caused some problems last year with Vista's ability to detect its own hardware. I remember finding a solution which restored the companion issue of lost wireless network functionality, but the problem with Windows' Computer Properties dialogue box listing the RAM and processor to as "unavailable" remained. Well, I'd like to fix that now, because my sister's laptop is claiming that it does not have enough memory to run some of her games. I was wondering if anyone knew of a fix that would allow Vista to recognize its hardware again. Suggestions?
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