Virtual Memory error

By Ar73m15 ·
I work in a corporate environment. One of my users receives the following error each time he reboots:

"There is not enough memory available for this task.
Quit one or more programs to increase available memory,
and try again.(2)"

I logged in under my ID to see if it was profile related, and received the same error. It does not affect the performance of his machine. His specs are below:

- ThinkCentre M57 6072-A5U
- Intel? Core 2 Duo Processor E6550 1GB
- 80GB 7200RPM S-ATA HDD
- no diskette drive
- PCI/PCIe Small Form Factor (2x3)
- Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3100
- 48x32x48x16x CD-RW/DVD combo
- Intel Gigabit Ethernet,

The machine came bundled with Vista, but I imaged over it with XP SP2. His startup program list is smaller than some users I have seen (msconfig) and altering it does not resolve the issue. He did have WMI & SMS errors to begin with, but these were repaired successfully.

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Couple thoughts

by ---TK--- In reply to Virtual Memory error

Check your installed drivers, in device manager... you could be missing drivers. Also check to make sure your ram is registering with the OS. I would also try reseting your Virtual Memory and set it to a static size.

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