Too low Windows virtual computer memory

I get a message balloon: the virtual machine Windows memory too low your system is low on virtual memory, Windows increases the size of your vertual memory paging file. During this process, the application memory for some applications may be denied. For more information, refer to the help. How can I fix it?

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    The best setting for the size of swap file is usually going to be:

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    This could mean that the settings have been adjusted for certain values that don't make sense for the configuration of the system.  Unless we know the system better, you can't just pick certain values out of the air and that your system behaves effectively.  You might not see the message again, but this does not mean that the settings are correct.

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    If it is already done, on the size of swap file:

    System managed size

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    If your system is not set to the size of the managed system, you must determine how it changed and why (usually a bad reason), make a note of the current settings to change them back later if necessary, and then change the setting to the size of the managed system, click on the Set button and then click on apply to apply the changes (you will be asked to restart).

    "Because someone told me to" is not a good reason to start making adjustments to the size of pagefile.  Setting just above to enlarge it by an arbitrary value can ease the symptoms of the problem and stop message, but may not result in the best configuration for your system.

    All the advice to 'Increase the value of the initial and maximum size to a higher value' are misinformed ideas that come from not knowing how to work XP - How do you increase it and what happens if you increase too?

    If you want your system to operate as efficiently as possible, you must understand what is happening and fix it properly and not only begin to try things or make some arbitrary adjustments.

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    If you don't know what are the best settings, or if you are not sure what should be your settings and need help looking at your stuff, follow these steps:

    Since the implementation of the Microsoft Answers forum does not ask for any kind of information system when a new question is asked, we know absolutely nothing about your system.  Not knowing the basic information a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues.

    Thank you MS Answers, allowing the resolution of simple problems as frustrating and a lot of time as possible.

    Provide information on your system, the better you can:

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    What is your Version of XP and the Service Pack?

    Describe your current antivirus and software anti malware situation: McAfee, Symantec, Norton, Spybot, AVG, Avira!, MSE, Panda, Trend Micro, CA, Defender, ZoneAlarm, PC Tools, Comodo, etc..

    Click Start, run and enter in the box:

    Msinfo32

    Click OK, and when the system info summary appears, click on edit, select all (Ctrl-A), copy (Ctrl-C) and paste (Ctrl-V) the information back here in your next reply.

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    If XP thinks that the size of the swap file (usually c:\pagefile.sys) is too small to accommodate your day-to-day transactions to happen on it to enlarge and display this message.

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    To see what your current, make settings right click my computer, properties, advanced, Performance settings, Advanced tab change button, virtual memory.

    Unless learn you more about managing memory than Windows XP, you should let XP manage the size of your virtual memory paging file.

    The best setting for the size of the paging file is usually going to be:

    System managed size

    Windows XP will attempt to affect a swap file approximately 1.5 times the total amount of RAM installed on your system.  To manage the size of paging file Windows XP is enough for most configurations.

    If yours is not set to the size of the managed system, you must determine how it changed and why (usually a bad reason), take note of the current settings, change the size of the managed system setting, click define and apply the changes (you will be asked to restart).

    "Because someone told me to" is not a good reason to start just making adjustments to the size of pagefile.  You must understand and fix it well - not just trying things.  It may need adjustment, but you should at least try to know what you're doing and why you need to do it at all.

    After making the settings, restart, then check the paging file settings again to ensure that they stick, then retest your system and see if you still get the messages.

    If you still see the message, you must determine what applications you are running that consume a large part of the virtual memory that Windows XP keeps needing to adjust it.

    Some antivirus applications are known to consume large amounts of virtual memory (as the Teatimer from Spybot - do you have installed?).

    You can determine how the applications use virtual memory using the Task Manager.

    To do this:

    Click with the right button on the taskbar, choose Task Manager and select the processes tab.

    Click View, select column, check the box that says: virtual memory size.  Expand the height and the width of the Task Manager by dragging the edges to see if possible all the columns and the processes in a single window.

    Double click on a column heading in TM to sort the column.  For example, sort tasks in the column size CPU or virtual memory manager.

    Here's what my poor Task Manager looks like:

    http://img820.imageshack.us/img820/8817/taskmanagerk.PNG

    On your system, what are the processes on top using the more virtual memory?

    If you need another set of eyeballs on your parameters, describe the top 5 applications that see you in the Task Manager using virtual memory and then do this:

    Click Start, run and enter in the box:

    Msinfo32

    Click on OK and when the system info summary appears, click on Edition, select all, copy, and then paste the results here.

    There will be some personal information (such as the user name and the name of the system), and what appears to be personal information for you, simply delete the personal information of the pasted information.

    This minimize back Q & A and eliminate the guesswork and assumptions.

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  • Satellite 1100: Excel keeps freezing - too low virtual memory

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    Hello

    Satellite 1100 is really an old classic, but he should be able to use common desktop applications such as Word or Excel with no problems
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    So what to do in your case? Generally, the RAM upgrade should solve this problem. You can also try to increase the size of the pagefile.sys.
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    After the change of virtual memory, you have to restart the laptop again.
    If this will not help then an upgrade of RAM would be required or a new laptop effective ;)

  • virtual memory is the low windows will in crease file size

    virtual memory is low windows will increase the size of the file some request may not...

    Here are some steps to solve your problem:

    http://pcsmarties.WordPress.com/low-virtual-memory/

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  • Your system is low on virtual memory. Windows is increasing the size of your virtual memory paging file. This process may be denied requests for some applications.

    When I start my laptop I get "your system is low on virtual memory. Windows is increasing the size of your virtual memory paging file. This process may be denied requests for some applications. "and my laptop takes forever or does not open my programs. any help? Thank you.

    less than low disk space,

    What seems to be the case, it's that your windows is having a hard time resize its file for virtual memory.

    my suggestion is to remove "auto" at that time, and then set a custom format.

    I recommend that you set the initial size of 2 and max at 1152.

    Here's how to put a link:

    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/change-the-size-of-virtual-memory

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