Quote: Originally Posted by Antman
You are not interpreting the memory usage correctly.
In the other thread, you mentioned that your PC would crash. Can you provide any information about that?
If i let it run (downloading) it would use all memory and then crash (stop responding) , i just run that 2 hour test so you can see how fast it use memory.
Few days ago i left it all night and in morning there wasnt any free memory left.
And i used wrong word "crash". It would just stop responding and flashget would stop downloading.
Before Windows 7 64-bit i was on XP 32-bit and sometimes PC would download several days with litlle to none usage of ram.
Quote: Originally Posted by phoenix404
Then why did you installed 64 bit...32-bit is quite compatible with ur hardware !...even though it may be possible that Flashget classic ver. would not be compatible with Windows 7....why not use other download managers....like Internet Download Manager or Free Download Manager ?
My PC can handle 64-bit, and i was wondering whats different with 64-bit OS except expanding memory >3GB. And i needed new OS. I didnt know 64-bit is so demanding. And its not like 64-bit canot run 32-bit apps?
I didnt try with other download managers becuse some other member with same problem as me has reported that this "bug" is present with all downloaders. Maybe he was wrong, i dont know, i didnt try.
Here is the guy with 100% same problem who says that all download managers have same problem: http://www.sevenforums.com/general-d...ata-files.html
Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143
IN 2 hr resource you have a total of 1 gig used thats all. thats 51% according to your taskmanager, so how is this crashing your systsem? Could you upload a scrnsht of the errors in task manager relating to either flashget or any app terminating?
Btw min for 64 bit is 4 gigs
Please explain that, why is 4GB min for 64-bit Windows 7? Its not like i am running games, its just downloading?
If anybody doesnt understand what i am saying then look at this post, that guy has 100% same problem. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-d...ata-files.html