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Ram/hard Drive Question


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#1 bison607

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 11:38 PM

Hi, I just joined and I was wondering if anyone had any tips for freeing ukp RAM space? Also, how do I know if My hard drive is FAT32 or NTFS?
Thanks for the help :thumbsup:

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Posted 06 December 2007 - 01:38 AM

The best way to decrease the load on your RAM, is to get more RAM.
How much RAM do you have (right click My Computer / select Properties / under the General tab, how many MB of RAM do you have)?
What's your Operating System (XP Home, XP Pro, etc., ....)?
Why do you think you need to free up more RAM?
Have you been getting error messages?

FAT32 or NTFS?
Start / Control Panel / Performance and Maintenance / Administrative Tools
Double-click Computer Management.
Under Storage, on the left, click Disk Management.
On the right, under the File System column, it will tell you the file system used, on each drive.
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Edited by tg1911, 06 December 2007 - 01:41 AM.

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