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Old 12-07-2009, 10:01 PM
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I have P4 computer . Attached with two monitors via graphic card.
Already 2 GB maximum DDR RAM installed.
System hangs sometimes.
Is there any solution to get affect similar to increased RAM although physically I think more than 2 GB not possible.. Uninstalled many extra programmes.
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dear shiree sir...
What is your operating system...


P.S: Since you have allready used 2 gb,i suggest the only alternative is to cut down on programs.I suggest you to go through this link once..


Originally Posted by shiree View Post
I have P4 computer . Attached with two monitors via graphic card.
Already 2 GB maximum DDR RAM installed.
System hangs sometimes.
Is there any solution to get affect similar to increased RAM although physically I think more than 2 GB not possible.. Uninstalled many extra programmes.


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I normally format my system as soon as I encounter such problems .ofcourse after taking a backup.
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I am using CA antivirus and Anti Spyware Doctor .
Just have a doubt that it might be using large memory.
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Originally Posted by shiree View Post
I have P4 computer . Attached with two monitors via graphic card.
Already 2 GB maximum DDR RAM installed.
System hangs sometimes.
Is there any solution to get affect similar to increased RAM although physically I think more than 2 GB not possible.. Uninstalled many extra programmes.

Its unlikely that its a RAM issue alone. Try MemTurbo (www.memturbo.com) and see your RAM usage after doing a Recover Ram routine.
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Thanks Arvind for prompt reply.
Format means reinstall Windows and other programmes after Formatting the disc?
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Its unlikely that its a RAM issue alone. Try MemTurbo (www.memturbo.com) and see your RAM usage after doing a Recover Ram routine.

Thanks Sir , will do right away.
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Originally Posted by sai_kripa View Post
dear shiree sir...
What is your operating system...

Windows XP.
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doubt it'll solve, looks more likely a hardware prob, ram or graphic driver conflict, as sk asked which OS you using ? xp ?

update your drivers... try driver magician
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Originally Posted by shiree View Post
I have P4 computer . Attached with two monitors via graphic card.
Already 2 GB maximum DDR RAM installed.
System hangs sometimes.
Is there any solution to get affect similar to increased RAM although physically I think more than 2 GB not possible.. Uninstalled many extra programmes.

Try to clean dirt off the motherboard, also the Power Supply could be the issue.
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