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I have a Windows XP box (Pro... I think) that is used for NOTHING more then a photo frame. The great part it attached to a large screen. ;)

Since it's a photo frame there is no keyboard or mouse. Everynow and then I get a dialog box that pops up requiring me to attach one or the other to click OK.

The current nemesis is the Window virtual memory.

So how can I suppress every dialog box?

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I'm going to interpret "The current nemesis is the Window virtual memory" as the warning you receive as a popup bubble. If you want to disable bubbles, follow this.

Note that if you are getting prompts about virtual memory being too low you probably have a memory leak somewhere.

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Agreed: It wouldn't hurt to boot the photo frame from time to time. – harrymc Oct 24 '10 at 8:32
    
Yeah a memory leak wouldn't surprise me. There is some paperclips and bubble gum software on that box to pull photos from flickr. – NitroxDM Oct 24 '10 at 8:59
    
@harrymc - I might do all three.... 1 - Disable notifications. 2 - Schedule a nightly reboot. 3 - Wright my own Flickr software. – NitroxDM Oct 24 '10 at 9:00

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