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I would appreciate some advice please.. I have a compaq Presario SR 1909UK and am running Windows XP.. every so often I get a message telling me my Virtual memory minimum is too low.. I have been advised to change is to twice the number of my ram (512mb) for the minimum and by 4 times the number for the maximum.. (this was from the HP help centre) conversely I've been also advised to let Windows manage it.. I am confused as to what to do and would like some assistance please. I only use Facebook and play one small online game.. I've only 6 items in start up. Many thanks..
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How big is your hard drive and how much of a free space left?
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Hi.. I have around 69.GB and 45.5 free space.. What would you recommend .. right now am letting Windows manage the virtual mem..
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