media player?

  Tk_RiceZ 00:16 30 Sep 03
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do i have a virus of some sort because i have a 3.2 P4 clocked to 3.6 1 GB of DDR333 Ram and when i try to run my windows media player, it says can't pefrom operation, low memory.
any help anyone????????? thanks

  hugh-265156 03:36 30 Sep 03

try not overclocking and see if all works ok.

  Tk_RiceZ 10:22 30 Sep 03

nah, same thing, tried a new graphics card and everything, still same problem, anyone else might know the cause?????????

  hugh-265156 14:56 30 Sep 03

check your virtual memory settings.

control panel/system/advanced/performance/settings/advanced/virtual memory/change

tick system managed size,set and ok
xp should be ok with a gig of ram but older versions may not like any more than 512.if you have two sticks of 512,remove one and see what happens.

  Tk_RiceZ 22:12 01 Oct 03

i will do that now and have an update tomorrow for you guys

  hugh-265156 00:05 02 Oct 03

i take it the virtual memory thing didnt work then? bump!

  Tk_RiceZ 22:40 02 Oct 03

nah didn't work, so i just done a fresh reboot and now its fine, anyway thanks for your advice/help.

  Ironman556 23:08 02 Oct 03

If you've not been booting/rebooting for a while, then tnat could be your problem. RAM is volatile, ie. when you shutdown and cut power to it all stored information is lost, if you continue to keep it powered for long periods of time, some files will get "stuck" and not get deleted until you shutdown.

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