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You really are out of memory (virtual memory, that is) Take a look at your the Commit Charge as highlighted in your Task Manager screen shot: First number = Current commit Second number = Commit limit According to this Super User answer: The commit limit = current pagefile size + RAM size - RAM permanently allocated to nonpageable memory. This is ...


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Without knowing the specific model of laptop that you have, this is not possible to answer authoritatively. If you want an authoritative answer, please edit your question to mention the specific make and model laptop that you have. However, we can say in general that on modern systems, the relevant data is available through DMI and SMBIOS, which can be ...


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Memory Hard Faults have nothing to do with the 'brand' or 'quality' of the memory. It means that the software has requested an address and the page where it resides isn't still in main memory. Usually it has been swapped to virtual memory, (hard drive or SSD) and the OS will swap it back from virtual memory to physical memory. If you are getting massive ...


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My conclusion is it is a kernel memory leak somewhere in the Linux kernel, this is why none of the userspace tools are able to show where memory is being leaked. Maybe it is related to this question: http://serverfault.com/questions/670423/linux-memory-usage-higher-than-sum-of-processes I upgraded the kernel version from 3.13 to 3.19 and it seems the memory ...


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Can I use my old Windows 7 license key? No; There is a solution. Your only real option would be to install Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and then upgrade that installation to Windows 10. Once activated you could in theory migrated your current installation to the new machine if you wanted with the appropriate software. Your Windows 7 license key cannot ...


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The only information about changes to memory management in Windows 10 that I've seen so far is this In Windows 10, we have added a new concept in the Memory Manager called a compression store, which is an in-memory collection of compressed pages. This means that when Memory Manager feels memory pressure, it will compress unused pages instead of writing ...


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They're switches for your java process. UseConcMarkSweepGC & CMSIncrementalMode for example are settings for the garbage collector (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_collection_(computer_science)). I don't think they're very useful. To add more RAM to your process '-Xmx1G' to '-Xmx2G' is sufficient.


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If all you need is a memory optimiser then there are plenty of them for windows but I personally don't think they make a difference in performance of the system. Some of them are given below One : RAMRush Two : Clean Ram Three : RAMBooster Bonus: There is a fairly easy way to do in Mac OS X computers. Type "purge" and run in terminal. It'll run for couple ...


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Your new Kingston RAM is single sided per the spec. Height 1.291” (32.80mm) w/heatsink, single sided component All 4GB RAM listed in the memory QVL list listed are double-sided. A quick google search gives me the result. So its a hardware limit. You need a double-sided 4GB RAM to work on the motherboard. Will Intel G41 chipset motherboard support ...



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