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« on: November 03, 2004, 10:39:17 AM »

Operating System Version:Windows ME
Problem Application Name & Version:aol broadband silver (UK)
Problem Hardware Make & Model: 2x128m dimm memory sticks
Error Messages:You are seriously low on memory resources close applications and re-start'

I recently put Aol Broadband (silver) on my computer and i found that i got error messages regarding the lack of resources memory wise. I then purchased another memory stick to bring my ram memory up to 512m but still I receive these messages sometimes. I have turned off all the applications I can yet still, when running aol bb, receive these blessed messages! Do i need yet more memory? suggestions please.
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« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2004, 11:11:22 AM »

WinME won't address more than 512MB of memory without running into trouble, so no. What you can try is increase your swap file to something more serious, but even then it won't help because of the memory leak in WinME. It takes up quite a lot of memory but never lets go.

Yet, in my time when I was using WinME, I found that a couple of things can be done about it. Such as, in case of using broadband, set the correct MTU size. That's the Maximum Transfer Unit, which specifies the maximum transmission unit size of a TCP/IP interface. Use for that. Then use DrTCP to set the correct numbers, save and reboot.

Another thing you may want to opt for, which increases stability as well, is the use of System Restore Remover 1.5. A rather snazzy name for an app that gets rid of System Restore, PCHealth and Movie Maker if you want to.

The best option would be to upgrade your Windows to Windows 2000 or XP, of course, but if that doesn't lie in your realms of options, then so be it.

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