PLEASE HELP!


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yogrady

I am running windows xp on my home computer which is mostly used by myself
and my children for homework and general browsing. I have recently been
having problems with the temprorary microsoft download that I have. I get an
error message that says I do not have enough memory to open microsoft. Also
at times my computer is very slow and it may freeze on a page. At that time
I get an error message that tells that explorer has encountered an error and
has to close. What do I do to get more memory and fix the problems I am
having microsoft office?
 
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R

Roger

Mark L. Ferguson said:
Start/Run, type:
cleanmgr

You probably have corrupt TEMP files.

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[snip] Also you may need to increase your RAM or some may have gone
faulty.

"Roger"
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B

Big_Al

Roger said:
Mark L. Ferguson said:
Start/Run, type:
cleanmgr

You probably have corrupt TEMP files.

--
[snip] Also you may need to increase your RAM or some may have gone
faulty.

"Roger"

And if all else fails, tell us how much space is free on your C: drive
and how much memory you have installed. That will give everyone an idea
if you really do have a 'memory' issue.

You can find the C: drive info by just right clicking on the C: drive in
my computer and pick properties.
You can find the memory by right clicking on my computer and do
properties.
 
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D

doc687

I have a capasity of 37.2 GB, 25GB Free space, amd 224MB RAM

Big_Al said:
Roger said:
Mark L. Ferguson said:
Start/Run, type:
cleanmgr

You probably have corrupt TEMP files.

--
[snip] Also you may need to increase your RAM or some may have gone
faulty.

"Roger"

And if all else fails, tell us how much space is free on your C: drive
and how much memory you have installed. That will give everyone an idea
if you really do have a 'memory' issue.

You can find the C: drive info by just right clicking on the C: drive in
my computer and pick properties.
You can find the memory by right clicking on my computer and do
properties.
 

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