Hard disk low in memory and sometimes unreadable

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I use desktop computer. Now i face a new problem. My HDD is low memory and some time it show my memory is loss.

But when i restart my computer again and again then it open normally.

So what can i do for this problem?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #79806

Hard disk low in memory and sometimes unreadable

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I believe you have been receiving alerts on either disk is full or low virtual memory. Whatever the notification is, your problem is due to low memory and insufficient disk space.

Virtual memory boosts the computer memory and is located in disks e.g. hard disks.

First, ensure that your Disks are not overly full.

To do this: right-click your drive icon and Select Properties.

You'll need to free up some space if the available disk space is below 5%.

This is done by using the Disk Cleanup button next to the free space indicator, deleting old files or uninstalling unnecessary programs.

Answered By 0 points N/A #79807

Hard disk low in memory and sometimes unreadable

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Hi,

Most probably you do not have enough space in your HDD. The best solution would be to delete all files out of your various temp folder and to empty the recycle bin. And if you are using Norton's protecting bin, clear it as well.

If you want to know what is the size and more details of each file, you can download SequoiaView, it is program for free, very useful.

Thank you,

Mary.

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