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Name: Oswaldo
Status: Other
Age: 20s
Location: N/A
Country: N/A
Date: Around 2001


Question:
For some reason my system resources are very low. I've have done " Ctrl, Alt & Delete" and closed out applications. I've done the "MS Config" start up. But, it still has low resources. I've emptied out the temporary files, and history files. Is there any way i can add more system resources to run my application smoothly? Do you have virus protection? Some viruses give this message.



Replies:
There are many things that can give an error message, "memory full" or something similar.

Visit the web site: www.deja.com and do a search on "memory full" or similar terms and see what discussion groups find out about such messages. Look for messages that have been asked a lot of times. These are given on the list of responses you see on that site.

Vince Calder


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