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Orthos Error?

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While running Orthos I keep getting what I believe is an error. Right beside the start time where it normally says Rounds:0/0, keeps turning red and says Paging. Just started this today. What is causing this and what can I do to fix it.
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2x WD 36GB Raptors (RAID 0) +320GB Seagate 7200.10 Vista Ultimate x64 Samsung SyncMaster 2493HM PC Power & Cooling 750 Quad 
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First try turning off the pagefile, or allow Orthos to only use 75% or so of total RAM. What may have happened is Orthos loaded not into the RAM, but into the pagefile as programs do when there is not enough free RAM. If that does not help, uninstall, erase the directory, and reinstall. Don't just ignore it, as constant paging is not good for a drive's health.
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Isn't the program suppose to do that? I have installed it on 2 computers, and both of them do that. I think it is just apart of the prog.
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