The lack of memory is causing some running problems (out of memory errors), especially when we try to print.
Windows 98 SE
128 MB RAM
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Edited by arrowood, 13 July 2005 - 11:13 PM.
I ran defrag and gaidne about 35MB. However, when I ran scandisk, it kept restarting (because a program wrote to the C-drive). I closed down all programs and exited all of the programs in the taskbar that I could, but scandisk still kept restarting. Any suggestions?
You might want to have a look at this post, the last entry might apply to your case. Your virtual memery may be using up all your space.
The suggestion was to check virtual memory. I looked at my settings and the minimum was set at 500 with a maximum of 1000. Is that an optimal setting? I changed the maximum (per the post's suggestion) to the max allowed, but kept the minimum at 500.
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