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    what can I do to clean out my computer's memory ?

    It keeps saying ". Some applications may be denied , b/c your computer is low on memory"  And it says  , " low on memory access  on line 10 " ( or line 18 ,or whatever the case may be )

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    There's no way to "clean" memory, only to clean up your storage. Apparently your hard drive is so full there's no room on the drive to expand the paging file, which is used as virtual memory. First, delete all .tmp files. You can do this from the Search feature in Windows. Move all of them to the Wastebasket and empty it. Next click on Start-All Programs-Accessories-System Tools-Disk Cleanup. Before it does anything it will calculate how much room you'll save. After you decide if you want to accept the recommendations and do some deletions, you can run Disk Defragmenter which will consolidate files and might save you some more room.


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