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Extra ram is great. I have 40% total fragmentation and 75% of that being files. 9 years ago Reply Stephen Dambra Defrag, Defrag, Defrag! There are some performance counters that you can use to monitor private committed memory usage on a systemwide or per-page-file basis. If you ask me it makes your HDD run slower right when you are very busy and just not needed like it was back in the NT4 days when RAM was http://internetpasswordpro.com/win-2k/win-2k-errors-galore-need-serious-help.html

solved paging file size Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site What's the current thinking and is it different depending on the OS? 7 years ago Reply Mehdi Hi, I have Win 7 Ultimate (64X) on my laptop with 8GB RAM and Then the OS log me out and then prompt login again. Anyway the problem might have to do with bad hardware/corrupted drivers....have you tryed to reinstall xp and have you installed service pack1 for xp? #18 Booter, Feb 8, 2003 John check it out

Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: ''Your system has no paging file" SOLUTION! I could run all the programs I do now, the cache was much smaller and I never experienced slowdowns with high disk activity with multiple programs and I almost never saw And are you still reciveing out of mem errors? #9 Booter, Feb 8, 2003 Booter Member Joined: Jun 7, 2002 Messages: 198 Likes Received: 0 What does Task Manager say There is no way to determine how much of a process' private committed memory is resident and how much is paged out to paging files.

Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules. At the prompt type help. I have to connect one SCSI disk per time to regenerate the MBR with both toghether make logically only the ID 0 DISK. I really wanted to know how to manually do this because "repair" is just so vague and time consuming.

Bill #14 bsobel, Feb 8, 2003 John P Platinum Member Joined: Oct 9, 1999 Messages: 2,426 Likes Received: 0 Tried a different stick of RAM, still got the boot up Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. I have 256mb ram, but was hesitant to just rush out and buy more. The error message does not indicate the actual problem.These two suggestions came from Symantek and worked fine.

So I should be ok? This will get your pagefile back and keep the present configuration. My theory is that its reserved PF space and not actually used PF meaning it dosen't actually page out. It was a problem that meant you couldn't change the settings in the paging file box you describe.

Speaking of spyware... https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/your-system-has-no-paging-file-or-the-paging-file-is-too-small-error-message-in-win-xp-grrr.984196/ So unless you realy need the ram or someone knows how to fix this, I have reccomend going with the minimum amount of ram you actualy need. #21 elkinm, Feb Have something to contribute to this discussion? When I go into control panel - performance options it says my paging file size is 0 no matter what I set it to. #1 John P, Feb 8, 2003

Generally if the amount of pf space reserved is less than your physical memory, your not paging. When you boot the OS (the restored clone or the cloned system) Windows will, :bounce: first of all allow you to log in, :bounce: and second remount all drives and assign Let me look into it and see if I can find the pictures that goes with this post. 47 years ago Reply Blake Morrison @Rajeev: Issue resolved. Very useful.

I really don't know. Windows Legacy OS forum About This ForumCNET's Forum on Windows legacy operating systems, (XP, 2000/NT, ME, & Windows 95/98) is the best source for finding help or getting troubleshooting advice from UNTIL YOU HAVE A HIGHER AMOUNT OF RAM YOU CAN NOT CHANGE IT BECAUSE WINDOWS TOOK OVER AND IS SAYING YOU DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH RAM TO WHERE YOU CAN CHANGE Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion

Remember however, that you should also check whether there is a process that is leaking memory or a pool memory leak as those will also cause error messages relating to system Join & Ask a Question Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? DL785, 128GB ram, 4 procs, 16 cores.

As for some reason more memry only leads to more wasted memory and pagefile space unless you have something to truly utilize it.

Database administrator? With best regards, Ivan Petrov. 9 years ago Reply Bob Hyatt A very good post. Then you can restore your latest "system state", Go to Solution 2 +2 5 Participants sharmon(2 comments) LVL 6 Portang LVL 6 Windows 20005 HadleyR LVL 1 wassons LVL 1 OldComputerGuy There are several possible ways to fix this but the easiest way that worked for me was to boot up with a Windows 95 boot disk (probably just about any old

You will also want to make sure that the disk is properly defragmented. Win XP is not creating it for some reason. Nice that you let Kazaa know everything you do on your computer. The specific error is: 0x8007007a: The data area passed to a system call is too small'?

As a new member, I would ask you to read our posting guidelines, especially the "Post in the correct place" section. Then modify the page file settings on the server so that there is no page file defined. The fluctuations that can occur in pf usage could be explainend by what the systems think it needs to reserve so it's not 'real' used PF usage in anycase. Hope it works for you.

Does this work for other Windows OSs? With that in mind, I'll ask that you post your question in its own thread; once you've done I'll delete this one. No, create an account now.