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Athlon 64 4200+ X2 DUAL CORE ASUS M2N-E Windows XP SP2 2GB RAM memory problem - out of memory - Troubleshooting. I need help!



 
 
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Old November 22nd 06, 05:49 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware.amd.x86-64
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Default Athlon 64 4200+ X2 DUAL CORE ASUS M2N-E Windows XP SP2 2GB RAM memory problem - out of memory - Troubleshooting. I need help!

hello guys, please help me to cure my pc... pc ignores me!
demo problems here
http://advertfast.com/amd/amd1.htm

here the problems again
http://advertfast.com/amd/amd3.htm

here is my rig's specs
http://advertfast.com/amd/amd2.htm

 




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