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Dave B.

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« on: February 04, 2003, 05:42:03 PM »

]Hi - I'm new to the forums and am not a tech wiz & could use some help and advise!

I have a Gateway Performance 1300 PC with 1.3GHZ Pentium 4 and 256mb of RDRAM. System Resources show that all but 260kb of physical memory is in use & that doesn't seem right to me.

Op.system is Win ME, am running Norton Internet Security 2002. ISP is AOL (Puke!) but that is changing in 2 weeks(Can you say-Belly Up-AOL??) Just mentioned these things as they seem to possibly be the most likeley memory hogs.

Gateway tech support has tried cleaning up Startup thru MSCONFIG and initially it freed up about 125mb but now Sys.Resources only shows 260kb currently available.



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« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2003, 06:40:39 PM »

Go to and download MAXMEM from the systems' software area. It's freeware so you own it. Install it and never run out of RAM again.

While your there have a look at CACHEBOOSTER and get that to. All your issues will NOW diSsolve.

Been there....Berty

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