N/APosted on - 04/13/2014
I have a Dell laptop with 6GB RAM, CPU I5 3.2GHz and 500HDD. I got this error this morning on my Windows XP and I don’t know what it means. I have 6GB RAM I don’t know why it says that I don’t have virtual memory. Does anyone know why I have this error and how can I fix it?
SearchFilterHost.exe – Application Error
The instruction at “0x0350622a” referenced memory at “0x00000014”. The memory could not be “read”. Click on OK to terminate the program
Search Filter Host.exe – Application Error
This is just a plain and simple error and nothing serious. It is not damaging to the system so you don’t have to worry. And it doesn’t really refer to the virtual memory of your computer. The memory location or reference mentioned in the error message is actually referring to the physical RAM of your computer and not your operating system’s virtual memory or the page file.
You don’t get this error in the page file because it acts only as an extension to your physical RAM. When your computer runs a program, part of it is transferred or loaded to the page file as to balance the memory load of the computer. And as the program loads the rest of its modules, the total amount of load is balanced between the page file and the physical RAM.
But if you have a much bigger RAM then most likely, you will have very little use of the page file because your RAM can hold as much data. From time to time I also get that kind of error sometimes when I shut down my computer. Just restart your computer and that error will not appear again.