What do you mean by "Ram Tweak"?
Ram managment programs are counterproductive in Win XP and in actuality cause system problems. XP is an excellent Ram manager and does a better job than any third party program could possibly do.
You may want to increase the size of your page file however if you find you don't have sufficient memory, but using the page file is much slower than Ram, which is the reason the Ram managers are counterproductive - they push usage from Ram to the page file.
Win XP really needs a minimum of 512 megs of ram to really operate properly, and more if you use graphics intensive aps like complex games or movie editing.
Edited by Enthusiast, 02 June 2006 - 10:21 PM.