well, that's my point how can a pc be released to the public factory preset
windows vista home basic and have actually only 5o2 mb RAM before I get it
out out of the store ... as to my older printer from Lexmark Z25 I looked
back on their site and though many printers are getting new downloads for
compatiblity resolution I didn't see mine mentioned. However back on my
hardware printer screen I saw drivers for my Z25 . I went through the
motions of getting my printer hooked up but when it's time to print my taxes
windows says I need memory... or freezes up. I considered the winhlp32.exe
and tried downloading that once which absolutely says I can't install because
I don't have enough memory. That's why I am confussed that my XP had 512 mb
RAM and I had a webcam, printer and chat programs running simuteaneously.
"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:
> I'm sorry, I don't understand your question...... 512mb of RAM is the
> minimum I'd recommend for Vista (and if you have integrated graphics, the
> part that the graphics card is using is deducted from that 512mb)..... but
> what is this to do with your Lexmark?
> Cari (MS-MVP)
> Windows Technologies - Printing & Imaging
> "karen alias str458" <karen alias firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> message news:135BDF56-CCFB-49EB-AE46-BDDB37CEC88F@microsoft.com...
> >I have LexMark Z25 (2004) and this new W3609 emachine windows vista basic
> > installed out of Walmart's shelves 2007 February. I dont understand how
> > I
> > can be short on memory for a printer? Isnt 512 MB DDR & 120 GB factory
> > more
> > than enough for loads of stuff like webcam, printer and gameplay? I'm
> > lost!