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ehtan
23 hours ago

I was looking at an error log on a Windows 7 PC, and one of the notes was that “video memory resources are overutilized, thrashing happening as a result.”...

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dayzsunny
2 weeks ago

I have a couple of decent monitors that aren’t being used, and I would like to hook them up to my Windows 7 laptop (Dell Inspiron) to make it a little more...

mandril
3 weeks ago

I have an old but reliable Compaq CQ60 laptop running Windows 7 with 2GB of RAM. It’s fine for what I use it for, but sometimes it gets really laggy and...

Tags: RAM, Windows 7 |
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SilverHawk
3 weeks ago

When looking at the resource monitor on my Windows 7 PC, I see a lot of “hard faults/sec.” What is causing this and is it something to be concerned about?...

SilverHawk
3 weeks ago

My Windows 7 laptop is getting a little old, but it still has some life left in it. It was never all that fast to boot up, but it’s...

Tags: boot time, Windows 7 |
4 Answers |
jackson
3 weeks ago

I have an old Compaq Windows 7 laptop that everything works on, but it is so, so slow. I don’t remember it being that slow when I got it about 3 years ago,...

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delia25
4 weeks ago

With Windows 7, will programs that were made for 32-bit Windows 7 still work on the 64-bit version?

Tags: 32-bit, 64-bit, Windows 7 |
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LolaBelle
6 weeks ago

I have suddenly started having error messages pop up telling me that there is “Runtime error R6016. Not enough space for runtime data.” What is causing this...

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PapaRiver
6 weeks ago

Anyone know how to access “God Mode” in Windows 7? I’d like to see what it allows me to do, and since my laptop is due for a replacement soon, I’m not too...

Tags: God mode, Windows 7 |
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dvarian
6 weeks ago

I am sure that I entered my correct login info, but I am getting a message that the user profile cannot be loaded. How can I log on to...

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