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Just recently it seems i have been running out of memory and in task manager it says out of 2 gigs 1654 is cached and 18 free any ideas i just did a clean vista install so i don't get it, this is with nothing running. and on windows classic mode not aero.
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Superfetch is prob maybe
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It's supposed to be near 0 free. Thats superfetch working Turn on your PC and open Task Manager then watch it as the number gets lower and lower. Go into a game and then quit and you'll see it was freed up and now filling up again Mine is 49 free atm that's quite a lot tbh. But the lower the better anyway
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It's supposed to be near 0 free. Thats superfetch working Turn on your PC and open Task Manager then watch it as the number gets lower and lower. Go into a game and then quit and you'll see it was freed up and now filling up again Mine is 49 free atm that's quite a lot tbh. But the lower the better anyway
Hmm any ideas why games quit and say out of memory the at 8-7-7-22-1t linked and synced 1400 fsb
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No but it's nothing to do with the figures on Task Manager How much memory is actually being use phsyically (not what's being used by superfetch)? Have you even run a game and alt-tabbed to check while it's running?
Edited by Unstableiser - 6/21/08 at 1:08pm
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No but it's nothing to do with the figures on Task Manager How much memory is actually being use phsyically (not what's being used by superfetch)? Have you even run a game and alt-tabbed to check while it's running?
with the game running uses 1.2gig with 856 cached
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