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Windows 7: Out of RAM, what about HDD?

21 Jun 2015   #11
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

I know that I don't know.

Windows 7 Memory Management is way over my head.

In my opinion trying to out smart Windows 7 when it comes to Memory Management is a waist of time.

If a video card needs more ram then you get a video card with more ram.

If a operating system needs more ram, then you get more ram it can use.

If a 32 bit system needs more ram then you get a 64 bit system plus more ram to meet the needs.

I have not found a magic trick that can fix a lack of ram other than getting more ram with the proper hardware to match the needs.


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21 Jun 2015   #12
swift31

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

I think that I understand something which is needed for me about VAS. Playing that game is not a big problem, I'm doing that just for my curiosity and I will test that game on 64 bit OS.

LMiller7, everbody was playing that game 64 bit OS with LAA modded and there is no problem as I see. Perhaps I will be able to play game properly but still (unfortunately) I just suspect that what thing causes those crashes, I'm not be able to sure about that. And also I am sure about there is no capability problem. It is about my PC. Looks like I can't understand that problem but ask some of the Windows developers what did you do actually on memory management stuff?

OK, thanks for everyone who helped and informed me and actually LMiller7, because I searched about VAS & that was very eye-opening to me. I'm just a teenager who tries to understand that kinda problems but I'm still guessing, didn't understand so yes looks very*99999 complex. Thanks!
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