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Low virtual memory

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I went through all the steps recommended by you guys: Malwarebytes, ERUNT, TFC, SysRestorePt, MBAM and I removed Symantec because it was interfering with Avast. I had to Google it to find out how to remove everything b/c it was kinda tricky, but I think I"m good now. I also tried to update Windows on the website, but it just seemed stuck after several hours, so I closed out and tried again. By this morning, it had completed and said to reboot. The reboot seemed to get stuck on a black screen with the Windows XP icon and said please wait... That lasted a few hours, so I finally shut it down and started over. Don't know if everything updated. In the past, I've clicked the window when it said updates were ready, but it never seemed to finish.
Everything is still very slow - low virtual memory. I have 50 processes running all the time and I'm pretty sure this is the problem, but I don't know how to get rid of it all. Any ideas?
Thanks for your help,
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I got your other topic answered so I will close this one
Duplicate topic.
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