What are you doing
To the use of some
Programs that need
Virtual Memory high
Such as Photoshop, and it shows a message
You Low Virtual Memory
The system is slow, the reason
This letter is slow and why?
WHAT IS THE SOLUTION
In this problem ???????????
This occurs as an area of memory
Available to you
On the computer is insufficient for the operation
You must pre-processing program
To make sure
Your ability to
Run this program.
The way you Photo
Which can be Virtual Memory
Bhacbk for more than three times the speed of
Continued with me the following: --
Preferred to improve the performance profile development
To a different section of the section containing
For example, if the operating system equipped with the operating system
Disk drive C: and select preferred
On D: or E: The amendment to the
By clicking the right mouse button on the
Then the computer and select Properties from the list
* Performance Settings
* Advanced *
Ram your size 3x
It is advisable not to increase it
For example, if the amount of Ram you have 256
Written in upper and lower box No.
768 no 256x3
Close and then giving the computer operating again
You will notice the difference
Photo explain how to increase the virtual memory of the computer
Posted 23 September 2008 - 07:08 PM
Posted 23 September 2008 - 07:16 PM
Posted 23 September 2008 - 08:14 PM
Every day somebody gets to know some important (?) new facts.
Posted 23 September 2008 - 09:31 PM
Would someone please explain to me, what those posts are about?
It's a tutorial demonstrating how to increase the available swap memory on your windows machine so that you can run RAM hungry programs such as PhotoShop.
(Didn't you look at the pictures?!? )
Posted 24 September 2008 - 08:41 AM
(though actually MUCH LESS than that)
the post lacks ANY background and is mostly senseless.
There have been written hundreds or maybe thousands of pages about Swap memory.
A large part of them are unbelieveably inaccurate, mainly when they give you a "fixed" multiplying factor for size as calculated from physical RAM, typically:
There are two main "schools of thought" on this:
1) let Windows manage swap files, it's better
2) tweak your swap settings as per "this" or "that" guide (using fixed parameters)
As often happens I am of a third opinion:
1) tweak your swap
2) do it accordingly to your particular, unique, peculiar and custom needs
1) have swap on a separate partition on a second drive (NOT the one where the System partition is)
2) set a fixed size for it
3) x3 is totally absurd if you have an amount of RAM appropriate for the OS you are running, unless you use heavy graphical programs, say Photoshop with really big images and LOTS of layers, in which case your only way out is to add more RAM, and if not enough, add some more.
4) running XP with 256 Mb of RAM is something similar to suicide
5) 512 Mb with Win2K and factor x1.5 is more than enough
6) 1024 Mb with XP and factor x1 or x1.5 is more than enough
7) if you access swap file frequently, add more RAM
Posted 28 September 2008 - 04:36 PM
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