[quote name='1101doc' date='Jul 31 2007, 10:44 PM' post='582877']
I suggest that you check to see how Virtual Memory is being managed on your system.
Open the Control Panel
entry for System
, and then select the Advanced
tab. This is divided into three parts. The top section is what we're interested in. Please click the Settings
button for that top section.
Once again choose the Advanced
tab. Here please notice a button at the lower right marked "Change." Click that to finally get to where we need to be.
Here please notice three "radio buttons." (Small circles) Click the circle in front of "System managed size," and then push the button that says Set.
This looks like something that can be useful to me now since I am getting the virtual Memory is low, and it isn't getting any better, I have a Ram stick 256 MB, and I'm talking withthe manufacture who needed specific information, i.e.;We could not find the system specifications for your computer on Compaq.com. Specifically the type of memory it uses.
We can only recommend you contact Compaq and find out what exactly is the memory type you system uses.
PNY Technical Support
1. Preinstalled Memory: 128MB 133 MHz SyncDRAM.
2. Maximum upgradable to: 512MB.
3. Type of Memory: PC100 SyncDRAM DIMM required.
4. Total number of slots: Two total DIMM Slots.
So, while I am waiting I came across your post, and I have a question, since I don't know how much time it's going to take to get info and learn installation, etc.
My question is waht you are describing and what I am looking at seem to be two different things ?
Would you mind "Q",ing me in ? I'm not sure my setting configurations are what you are descibing ?
Will appreciate your advice.