Quote: Originally Posted by Sevenfive
You get a blue screen in windows 7 means your RAM is not enough. Put 1 GB more to solve this problem. Or go back to windows XP until you get this 1 GB RAM. DON'T CONTINUE WORKING WITH THIS PROBLEM.
If you continue working even after getting blue screen your RAM will eventually worn out and gets damaged fully. Act fast!!!
I am sorry mate but I have a bit of a hard time believing that because of BSODs your RAM is going to wear out fast.
I am also entirely not sure if it is his lack of ram that is causing a problem. That is why he has a swap file on his hard drive remember? Also a lot of people on the web if you do a little search have 1 gb machines aka nettops and they seem to be running just fine.
I am not entirely sure what his problem is. It could be the drivers
or lack thereof for his hardware which I am sorry to say mate I have never even heard of some of them like the Mercury motherboard as an example.
I would agree with the suggestion to try and procure some more ram if possible and see if that alleviates the problem but I somehow doubt it. I think it is potentially driver