Windows vista physical memory?

Answer Increase the virtual memory… if it still persist, increase your RAM

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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 »

How to Update Windows Physical Memory?

The physical memory of a computer refers to RAM, or random access memory, which is the place where files in use are stored when the computer is running. You can update your physical memory by addin... Read More »

What is the meaning of this:total physical memory is 256 MB and available physical memory is 68 MB ?

It means that you have 256 MB of space in your memory, and only 68 MB are still available because the other 188 are being used by programs, tasks, storage, and whatnot.

What's the difference between Installed Physical Memory and Total Physical Memory?

That's weird... Vista may need to update it's virtual memory/paging file settings now that you've installed more RAM, but physical memory shouldn't still be reported as 1gb, if the additional RAM ... Read More »