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Old 03-18-2011, 05:15 PM
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Originally Posted by crissa View Post
and my site note is:

When a router has less memory as Cisco suggested and you have problems with it - start with upgrading the memory before troubleshooting the problem!

Bye, Tore
Exactly. This is what we did when we had computers that acted erratically or we dead slow! PC manufacturers used to sell PCs with the very minimal RAM installed, i.e Dell w/ P4 2.4G and 128MB RAM w/ WinXP. The PC would load but trying to do anything was a painful experience. XP would load in 128MB RAM but Microsoft has a minimum recommendation of 256M (which was better but still not very good)! Drop 1GB in and the PC flew like a jet!

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