Re: message re memory amount change
Yikes! Sounds awful. Don't know how to remove the ram or what happens when a
ram module fails (does my computer crash?) but maybe I can find someone to
thanks for your input.
> > Every once in awhile when booting up my computer I get a screen with the
> > message: Amount of Memory Has Changed and I'm given the option of
> > continuing
> > or going to setup. I have no idea why this happens, tho it seems to be
> > connected with my Avast anti-virus program updating itself as I didn't
> > install anything new.
> > I have no idea what this means or what I should do about it. I have simply
> > hit 'continue' and my computer boots up as normal but everything runs
> > excrutiatingly slow for the next hour or so then seems to settle down
> > again.
> > This is driving me nuts. What should I do?
> > I have Vista home premium.
> If you're receiving the message from the BIOS (before Vista starts loading)
> it suggests a hardware problem. You could try removing the ram, cleaning
> the contacts and reinserting it. If the problem persists you may have a
> failing ram module.