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When i use 2x 4gig memory sticks i keep getting windows has run out of memory error or when using utorrent i get memory issues what could this be ?

I have tested both sticks of memory in memtest and another pc and its no problem until i use it in my AM1H-ITX also i have tried 2 more sets of memory and i get the same issue


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Originally posted by chippy chippy wrote:

When i use 2x 4gig memory sticks i keep getting windows has run out of memory error or when using utorrent i get memory issues what could this be ?

I have tested both sticks of memory in memtest and another pc and its no problem until i use it in my AM1H-ITX also i have tried 2 more sets of memory and i get the same issue


What memory are you using, full model number and name please.

What CPU are you using?

What version of Windows are you using? Is it a 32 bit version?

Did you check Windows Resource Monitor, to see how much memory is available in total, and how much memory is being used when you use utorrent?


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?? Another memory leak in a torrent client ??

The newer uTorrents are rife with unneeded garbage.
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Originally posted by parsec parsec wrote:

Originally posted by chippy chippy wrote:

When i use 2x 4gig memory sticks i keep getting windows has run out of memory error or when using utorrent i get memory issues what could this be ?

I have tested both sticks of memory in memtest and another pc and its no problem until i use it in my AM1H-ITX also i have tried 2 more sets of memory and i get the same issue


What memory are you using, full model number and name please.

What CPU are you using?

What version of Windows are you using? Is it a 32 bit version?

Did you check Windows Resource Monitor, to see how much memory is available in total, and how much memory is being used when you use utorrent?




i AM USING

AMD 5350

MEMORY  KHX1600C9D3X2K2/8GB

bIOS 1.50

Windows runs out of memory even when utorrent isnt running

Thanks

PS utorrent is old version 2.2.1


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Look in ResMon(Resource Monitor) for whats consuming your memory.

Windows key + R , enter resmon and then hit the Enter key
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Originally posted by wardog wardog wrote:

Look in ResMon(Resource Monitor) for whats consuming your memory.


?? Any luck there ?
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It could also be that you have virtual memory disabled. If you do not have a page file then you can run into out of memory issues, especially with browsers like chrome and multiple tabs. Utorrent also sucks up memory, it is one of the reasons I usually recommend not using it and other torrent apps.

What version of Windows are you using?
What hard disk/s or SSD/s are you using?
Is your virtual memory assigned by Windows, set to a specific size or disabled?
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