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sometimes when I run a system monitor on my HP, the memory page faults will be very low, while the kernel usage is up to 100% This system only has 128MB of RAM, and I'm running two HDs in it, because my other system board crashed and I need the info on the drive from that machine. I have tried to back up the information, and copy it to CD, but it doesn't work properly. If I just upgrade the RAM, will that help? Or is there something else I can do? <_< What am I missing, here?
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