Virtual Memory Repair Tool

Do you receive the following or similar error message?

 “Your system is low on virtual memory. To ensure that Windows runs properly, increase the size of your virtual memory paging file. For more information, see Help.”
When you click OK, you may receive this error message:

“Your system is low on virtual memory. Windows is increasing the size of your virtual memory paging file. During this process, memory requests for some applications may be denied. For more information, see Help.”

Why is this happening to my computer?

Virtual memory is an extension of your computer's physical memory (memory chips or RAMs). In order to be able to run multiple programs at once, the computer looks for areas of RAM that have not been used recently and copy them onto the hard disk into page files. This will free up space in the RAM to load the new application.

The hard drive (virtual memory) is much slower than actual memory chips. When you don't have enough RAM, the operating system has to constantly swap information back and forth between RAM and the hard disk. This is called thrashing, and it can make your computer feel incredibly slow.

How most people try to fix this error - and you are probably doing the same - without any luck…

Making sure your computer is configured to allow Windows to automatically manage the virtual memory - same problem will occur,

Adding more RAM - no luck, error will occur, just a few minutes little later than previously,

Change the setting in the Virtual Memory: according to available space on your C:/ drive change the Initial & Maximum size of the paging file.- no changes,

Uninstall and reinstall programs, cleaning up your startup items –won’t work,

Deleting cookies - this is not the solution either,

Thinking about buying new hardware? - Do not! We can help you fix this error!



We've had several customers with this issue, and now offer a free bonus program with Registry Toolkit, that walks you through 3 simple steps, diagnoses and repairs your memory settings. This program also helps eliminate bottlenecks in your system, so your computer can run much faster.

How does it fix my virtual memory problem?

Step 1. First and foremost, it backs up your system and memory settings. If any problem should occur you can bring your computer back to its previous state. Not that you'll ever need this, but it's there for your peace of mind. If you ever need to undo the changes the program made to your computer, just click on the Restore From Backup menu.

Step 2.
It checks to make sure your memory settings are correct. It also checks to see if you have enough disk space to be used as virtual memory. It makes the necessary changes in the system registry.
This setting will make your computer use more of your harddrive as virtual memory so it could continue running those memory hungry applications without any interruption or error messages.

Step 3.
It shows you a list of programs that start when your computer starts. It gives you information about every one of them. You can tell at a glance if they are still running, how much memory they are using right now, and it also gives you a quick recommendation if you should disable any of them or not. You can take advantage of the built in memory hog database and disable those startup items that keep eating up a big chunk of system memory before your computer even starts... Remember Step 1. It's all reversible...

Fix your virtual memory error right now and boost your computer speed almost instantly! Order Registry Toolkit and look for the bonus download on the order confirmation page.


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