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How To Clean Your RAM With Notepad

How To Clean Your RAM With Notepad
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Have you ever tried of cleaning ram , that too with the help of notepad. IF you don’t then follow this simple tutorial on cleaning your RAM.
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Tweak Win7 to use added RAM?

I just bought two ram sticks to double my system memory from 8 to 16GB. I know that the extra ram is unlikely to be of much use, but the sale price on the ram was irresistible. Myquestion: Are there any tweaks or settings that I can make to Windows 7 to make better use of the mostly excess ram?

BSOD, clean install BSOD again

I bought a new system, ran sweet for first month. Started getting BSOD until got fed up and did a clean install. was fine for 1 week or so then start BSOD until one day i load windows and it said window 7 configuration data is corrupt please contact support. this is window 7 ultimate 64 bit 1 week after clean install.
i put my old system harddrive with window professional 32 into new system, installed drivers and ran fine for a few days until same symptoms of BSOD memory buffer. now windows 7 black load screen and boom BSOD before window 7 launches.
ive tried updating bios, ran memtest on ram, i got 1600hmz ram issit correct if it reads 1586? at mobo boot
Fresh install, again. i open up system, installed ram 3.24 usable? is this correct?
i would dump my files but how do i get to them? the windows wont load on that hardrive. im currently using another hardrive for fresh install

Windows7 only accept 2 GB RAM

By some reason Windows 7 only wil run with 1 x 2 GB RAM. First i couldn't install Windows 7 - i got BSOD wit somthing about VSMRAID.SYS and IRQL NOT EQUAL.
Then I try to remove som hardware, and when I removed one of my to 2 GB RAM, then Windows 7 was installing perfect.
Afterwods I tryed to inset the second 2 GB RAM again - but then BSoD came again. What is wrong? Why do Windows 7 give BSoD?
Win XP was OK with 2 x 2 GB - Why is Windows 7 not?
RAM: 2 x 2 GB GEIL, PC2-6400, DDR2-800
Mainboard: MSI P45 Zilent/Platinum with the newest BIOS.

Add Timestamp in Notepad whenever you open A File In It

Notepad is the default TXT file editor in Windows and where the app is very basic it is used to open a huge variety of file types. You can open an HTML file, a script, a data file (.dat) and much more with it. Lots of apps that create logs are in fact opened in Notepad. The app itself is exceptionally basic but it still has one or two tricks up its sleeve. Notepad has a built-in feature that automatically adds a timestamp each time you open a file. Here’s how to use it.

The Beginner's Guide to the Notepad

After you have learned how to work with WordPad, it's time to get a closer look at the old Notepad. This tool is a very basic text editor which hasn't really changed much even though all other standard Windows tools were upgraded with each new version.
This article shows the basics of Notepad: how to open the application, the important interface elements, how to create & save a text file and how to print.

Find out how much RAM your computer has

Random access memory (RAM) is a general indication of performance that is measured either in megabytes (MB) or gigabytes (GB): the larger the number, the faster some programs will run. Watch this video to learn how to find out how much RAM your computer has.

Set the Maximum Memory to be Used

This will show you how to specify the maximum amount of physical memory (RAM) to be used by Windows 7 to simulate a low memory configuration by using less RAM, or to make sure that you are using all of your installed RAM.

Lexmark2400 printer not found and notepad had stopped working

I have a HP Compaq pc on windows 7. 2-days ago my Lexmark2400 printer disappeared from my choice of printers. Was trying to print a text in Notepad, and also got a message that 'Notepad had stopped working'.

Uninstalled and re-installed printer in vain

Why crash after adding RAM?

I recently increased the RAM in my Acer Laptop from 4 GB to 8 GB. It booted immediately and all testing indicates that memory is now ~8 GB. However, it has started to crash almost every day.Is there something about Windows 7 that cannot operate with 8 GB of RAM? Is there some Windows update that may be causing this? I am very careful to do a frequent Registry Cleaning thatseems to resolve other problems.

PC slowing down throughout the day

Admittedly our PC is 5 years old and due for replacement (when we have the money!). But it noticeably slows down during the day. I have taken various steps:

1. I regularly clean the system unit, using a can of compressed air;
2. I have been through msconfig and disabled absolutely everything I don't need to start up;
3. I have uninstalled software I no longer use;
4. I defrag the hard drive weekly using Auslogics;
5. I run a weekly malware scan with Malwarebytes;
6. I give CCleaner a daily run over the system;
7. When Task Manager shows me that RAM use is escalating I defrag the RAM using Iolo System Mechanic.

We're running Windows 7 SP1 32-bit, maxed out on RAM to 4 GB. Typically we have Outlook 2010, Firefox and Chrome running all day, with other applications (e.g., Word, Excel, iTunes or Photoshop Elements) launched as and when needed. I still have about 20% of a 600 GB hard drive free.

or will this only be sorted by splashing the cash?