Virtual Memory Too Low

Virtual Memory Too Low Help and Fixes

Its a common problem for users running windows xp and seeing seeing a message stating “Your system is low on virtual memory. Windows is increasing the size of your virtual memory paging file.” A memory leak is a common problem caused by poorly written or poorly debugged applications where they continually use more and more memory until you shut down the program, end the process manually or restart Microsoft Windows. Virtual memory, also known as a page file or swap file, is a file on your hard drive (C:\pagefile.sys by default) that Windows and applications use in addition to physical memory (RAM) as needed. The default and recommended size of this file is 1.5 times the amount of physical memory. Virtual memory is the sum of physical memory and the page file.

Steps To Check:

  • Find the applications causing the problem for low virtual memory.
  • Find the process using more virtual memory than it should, you need to determine what the process is.
  • Try to uninstall and reinstall the offending application if possible.
  • Make sure your system have sufficient Ram corresponding to your system motherboard and processor.
  • Install latest updates for your system.

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