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Getting past a memory bug

Question : My computer has a 2.5GB of memory, but when I try to put the machine into hibernation, I often get a message that there are "Insufficient system resources to complete the API."

Answer : According to a tech-support article at Microsoft's site ( http://support.microsoft.com/kb/909095 ), your problem can be blamed in part on your computer having so much memory. But the bulk of the blame goes to a bug in Windows XP that can be zapped with a small "hotfix" download from that page.

This file corrects a problem in computers with a gigabyte or more of memory, on which Windows can have trouble finding the large, uninterrupted block of free memory that it needs to prepare the computer for hibernation.

A shorter-term fix would be to ignore hibernation and put the computer into standby mode, a different sort of sleep in which it draws a little more electricity but should also wake up faster.

 
 

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