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How to clear up some Ram spaces?
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Posted 3/23/09 , edited 3/23/09
Step 1:
Right click anywhere on your dexktop
Step 2:
Create a shortcut
Step 3:
Copy&Paste

%windir%\system32\rundll32.exe advapi32.dll

Step 4:
Double click it if you feel your computer is sluggish.I'll post some screen shot if anyone is having problem doing a simple task.
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Buffering occurs only when your watching or listening that stops every second it's your Network connection it has nothing to do with your Ram space. >_<
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Posted 3/23/09
ok then. thanks lol
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close other task
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holy shit we've got ourself a genius
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Posted 3/23/09 , edited 3/23/09
Isn't this IdleTask? Which would run when pc becomes Idle, it would only clear up any process or processes that is eating ram even when it is Idle. It may fuck up your pc, btw.
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Posted 3/23/09
I thought you had to delete system32
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Posted 3/23/09

CptJackSwallows wrote:

I thought you had to delete system32


lol. I did that when I was 9 and busted my bro's pc.
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Posted 3/23/09

macphapie wrote:

Isn't this IdleTask? Which would run when pc becomes Idle, it would only clear up any process or processes that is eating ram even when it is Idle. It may fuck up your pc, btw.


It does? No seriously speaking, does it really clear up your RAM or is this some techie stuff better not left to computer noobs?
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Posted 3/23/09
is he bill gates
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Posted 3/23/09

kitoka wrote:


CptJackSwallows wrote:

I thought you had to delete system32


lol. I did that when I was 9 and busted my bro's pc.


I bet your parents were not too happy.

If you need more ram buy more ram.
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Posted 3/23/09

albeitalways wrote:


macphapie wrote:

Isn't this IdleTask? Which would run when pc becomes Idle, it would only clear up any process or processes that is eating ram even when it is Idle. It may fuck up your pc, btw.


It does? No seriously speaking, does it really clear up your RAM or is this some techie stuff better not left to computer noobs?


It clears up processes that uses RAM when computers is Idle. It may remove a process that is needed for other programs to word. Although it may be fixed by system restore its best to be safe.
Posted 3/23/09 , edited 3/23/09
N00bs...don't even start to think about trying this out. Especially if you don't even know what RAM is ;/

run --> misconfig --> uncheck any program you don't need in the startup

PS: don't uncheck any microsoft programs.

Besides, RAM is cleared out every time you reboot.
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Posted 3/23/09
I dont understand how to clean it.
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Posted 3/23/09 , edited 3/23/09

ShroomInferno wrote:

N00bs...don't even start to think about trying this out. Especially if you don't even know what RAM is ;/

run --> misconfig --> uncheck any program you don't need in the startup

PS: don't uncheck any microsoft programs.

Besides, RAM is cleared out every time you reboot.


Actually, you can uncheck all and your pc would still run. but just in case don't uncheck:

avp
VTTimer
VTtray

scratch that, of course everyone know malware eats up ram
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Posted 3/23/09
i did that and this is what happened to my computer
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