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laugh Increase Virtual Memory - 09-13-2007, 01:45 PM

Sometimes you may see a notification such as "Windows Virtual Memory Low"
and ur machine is going slowing down. But you can increase ur virtual memory.

Just follow these steps

1. start
2. control pannel
3. system
4. Advanced
5. ( perfomance ) settings
6. Advanced
7. Change ( virtual memory )
8. select drive ( hard disk partition )
9. i. Initial size ( enter value in mega bytes )
ii. Maximum Size ( enter value in mega bytes )
10. set
11. OK
12. Now Restart your computer
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09-13-2007, 01:50 PM

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Up yes - 09-23-2007, 12:34 PM

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1. Pagefile should not be allowed to dynamically expand. Initial size and maximum size should be same. Otherwise pagefile.sys will fragment and paging will become slower that it should be.

2. You don't need to restart, if you are increasing the pagefile. If you are making it smaller, it will only become smaller after a reboot.

3. Pagefile should be kept in the first partition of a hard disk, because that's where the performance of the physical disk is highest. However, if possible, it should be moved to another drive (not partition) where disk activity is less.
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When all your RAM has been used up, your computer normally utilizes an empty space and treat it as RAM. Your software can’t distinguish real and virtual memory, anyway. Also, when you increase virtual memory, keep in mind that the values for the initial size and maximum size need to be the same. They have to be 1.5 times the size of your RAM. Doing this will prevent your CPU from constantly changing the paging file.
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Originally Posted by ravendawson View Post
When all your RAM has been used up, your computer normally utilizes an empty space and treat it as RAM. Your software can’t distinguish real and virtual memory, anyway. Also, when you increase virtual memory, keep in mind that the values for the initial size and maximum size need to be the same. They have to be 1.5 times the size of your RAM. Doing this will prevent your CPU from constantly changing the paging file.
OS doesn't wait till you run out of physical RAM to start using the pagefile or swap file. it uses it even when there are several gigabytes of physical memory is still available. paging is NOT just used for the purpose of running more programs than what physical memory allows. it also helps to prevent WASTAGE of physical memory due to fragmentation. (causes of memory fragmentation and file system fragmentation are similar, but results are different. memory fragmentation lowers the amount of USABLE physical memory for programs, file system fragmentation LOWERS THE FILE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE because more seeks are required to read data which is not contiguous.)
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