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 Memory on vista?

Answer Memory = RAMStorage = hard disk space.Adding an external hard drive will give you extra storage, but won't make any thing run faster. You need more RAM for that.
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Can memory from Windows XP be added to memory on Windows Vista?

You may use memory from a Windows XP computer in a Windows Vista PC so long as both systems use the same type of memory. If the Windows XP computer uses DDR RAM, for example, the Vista computer mus... Read More »
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Will Vista run on 512 MB DDR2 memory?

The Home Basic version of Windows Vista will run on 512 MB of DDR2 memory. Every other version of Vista requires a minimum of 1GB memory with at least a 1 GHZ processor.References:Microsoft: Window... Read More »
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Windows vista physical memory?

Increase the virtual memory http://www.vista4beginners.com/configure… if it still persist, increase your RAM
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How much memory can vista support?

The amount of memory Windows Vista can support depends on the version. All 32-bit Vista versions can support up to 4 GB, except for Vista Starter, which can support only 1 GB. Meanwhile, 64-bit Win... Read More »
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