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Chging Program's allocated memory

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I'm running XP on a Compaq Notebook w/40Gb harddrive w/13 gigs free space & 512RAM. Just loaded up Dazzle to transfer VHS tapes to DVD. Dazzle shows 13099mb 'available memory'.. which allows for only about an hour of video. I want to increase the allocated memory for this particular program to increase the time I can run a video. This can be a temp fix for just the time that I'm using the program and I can change it back if I need to. I've messed with realocating virtual memory settings/ paging files.. but Dazzle still shows the same measly 13099mb. Any help available? Thanks
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