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Old 03-17-2004, 11:26 PM   #11
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CPU Idle is a process in and of itself and can use 100% of the CPU cycles, this is normal.

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I found something else interesting..
"total physical memory 129,520k"
"Total physical memory available "8,500K"
The available physical memory seems awefully low, or is it just me?
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I was finally able to access the computer. the three biggest memory eaters according to the computer are:
SVCHOST.exe 7,300K
SyGate Manager.exe 5,500K
Explorer.exe 8,900K
The rest are all under 4,000K
(these are all under the 'processes' tab, under applications the only app is Sygate Manager.
All normal there...
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I found something else interesting..
"total physical memory 129,520k"
"Total physical memory available "8,500K"
The available physical memory seems awefully low, or is it just me?
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Windows XP requires at least 160 megs just to run, let alone any other programs.
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Old 03-17-2004, 11:35 PM   #15
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I found something else interesting..
"total physical memory 129,520k"
"Total physical memory available "8,500K"
The available physical memory seems awefully low, or is it just me?
Ding, ding,ding,ding,ding,ding!!!!
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I found something else interesting..
"total physical memory 129,520k"
"Total physical memory available "8,500K"
The available physical memory seems awefully low, or is it just me?
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Windows XP requires at least 160 megs just to run, let alone any other programs.
Cheers,
alright thanks man. I guess I'll be looking into getting a ram upgrade sometime down the road for it. :(
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