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    by claytoncmk ·

    is there a way to increase virtual ram so as to allow my applications to run more smoothly?

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    • #2928450


      by claytoncmk ·

      In reply to ram


    • #2928449

      Disable some start-up programs…

      by heludaye ·

      In reply to ram

      if your using windows run msconfig and disable some running start-up programs

    • #2928442

      The only way you can do this is to put more ram in.

      by Anonymous ·

      In reply to ram

      There is another way, but since you do not know how to do increase the virtual ram, i will not post it here.

      Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

    • #2928430

      Well as you have not made any mention of the OS in use here

      by oh smeg ·

      In reply to ram

      All I can say is to Increase what is called under Windows the [b]Swap File[/b] or [b]Page File[/b] Minimum Size.

      That will increase your Virtual RAM but depending on how much you have loaded it may have no effect on the way that the applications run.

      As a Starting point the Page File should be at least 1.5 times the Actual Ram to 2 Times the Actual RAM but if you have a small amount of RAM installed you can make the Minimum Size 300% the Amount of Installed RAM for the Lower End and 500% of installed RAM at the higher end.

      So if you have 1 GIG of RAM installed in the computer you can make the Minimum Size 3 GIG and the Upper Size 5 GIG. If you have 256 MEG of RAM installed you could start off with a Minimum Size of 1 GIG and a Upper Size of 2 GIG and depending on how fast your HDD can transfer Data it may help to improve things.


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