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Thread: Best Memory recover app




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    what the best memory recovery application :?:
    the one I have works ok, but you have to scrub the ram to get any of it back, this makes my computer lock up when I try to shutdown

    I assume this is caused cause it frees up some RAM that was actually being used by a service or something. Anyway, suggestions?


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    Really they all have their own little bugs in one way or another and I just found it much better plus cause much less probs to just give it the occasional restart now and again. :smokin:

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    I used to be able to leave it on for a week at a time and be ok on RAM though - now after like 2 days I have 100-200M of my RAM in use, but not by anything. I run a server, so the less reboots the better :D
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    There are a lot of utilities available, try a search at CNet .
    AnalogX is known for his fine software, you might give his MaxMem program a try.
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    I have found a demanding 3D game such as Quake III Arena or Unreal Tournament run memory recovering actions at the end - recovering memory for you :thumb:
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    thx everyone, I think it was the POS mem recovery app I was using that was causing the memory leak

    I tossed that one into oblivion and put on that analogX one, lo and behold my memory isn't disappearing anymore : peace2:
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    i was going to say - the OS appears to be XP and so it has pretty darn good memory management, if it was 98 i'd understand, but XP, i'd leave it be - should be able to run for months on end without a reboot (cept MS are always releasing patches that require reboots :( )
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