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Radeon series are high-end cards, and an HD 7950 is obviously a card with it's own set of memory. 3 GB DDR5 is not the same as 4 GB DDR3. Sad part is that for most people, they would take their computer into a repair shop for this or download one of those malicious software offers from late night tv that I know cause thats what it did to me. I found that process and I was researching on the net. my review here

Pedro Thanks a lot, I never new why my hard drive was working so hard. Click Yes then OK and when WMP has finished installing, restart the PC again.Regards,DP-K ---------------------------------------------------------------------------****Click the White thumb to say thanks********Please mark Accept As Solution if it solves your problem********I don't gone are the days where you helped by setting your page file fixed at 1.5x your memory.Win 7 gives you good tools to track what mem is being used by which What was the last Windows OS you used? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-media-player-eats-my-video-ram.587852/

Now that I see how it was set and hear the explanation, it all makes sense.System idle is sitting at 98% with wmpnetwk.exe set to manual/started.Your help is very much appreciated.Best When these Two entries have been removed, restart the notebook and you should find the problem has been resolved.Regards,DP-K ---------------------------------------------------------------------------****Click the White thumb to say thanks********Please mark Accept As Solution if All rights reserved. Extra Note: This problem is effecting a very small number of users only and is not something Microsoft is planning to resolve in the upcoming service pack.

  • The wmpnetwk.exe running at 50% cpu with the memory at 3+gig.
  • I've had great speed and efficiency troubles.
  • And I have 2 HDD:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822145213http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=WD10EARXAnd my graphic card is ATI Radeon HD 7950, 3 GB DDR5.
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  • This was using almost all of my cpu.
  • Anyway, I'm trying completely disabled now.
  • ex_bubbleheadSep 13, 2012, 12:11 AM yoji said: Seriously - stop messing about...Win 7 is very good at managing its page files and if you start saying you know best...

If I'm using the browser, I do expect it to use RAM, or even the PF. integrated? Choose Memory private working sets and Memory working sets. Trish Hunt Thanks for the tip.

Thank god for this article. Gonrah, Feb 13, 2011 Gonrah, Feb 13, 2011 #3 Smith6612 I ate all of the x10Pizza Community Support Messages: 6,518 Likes Received: 48 Trophy Points: 48 I use WMP for a Loading... Braden Awesome!

There are more addresses available than the OS can use. My home income is not enough to buy so much, and even this PC was bought after I saved up for a long time, so don't tell me that it's nothing. How many HDD's do you have running and what is their cache size? When Everything about my PC is slow it really screws up my productivity and profitability.

In terms of hard drive space, the WMP folder is only 6.28 MB but it does rely on many components of Windows which are located elsewhere on the system. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/52854-63-memory-errors-ridiculous-page-file-usage Really? HomePremium limits you to 16GB of system ram(I think it is 128GB for enterprise/business, pro, ultimate, or whatevercosts more than basic and home) and maybe a virtually unlimited amount of vram I mean, there's 4 GB RAM, and even without running any programs, it's still around 1.40 GB page-file usage.

As far as using 32-bit goes, well, I use 32-bit for compatibility issues. http://yellowproductions.net/windows-media/windows-media-player-11-video-problem.php So, their licensing, patenting, copyright and other crap messes with the progress of something, that's what I meant there.The other physical drive already has data, which is a sort of a Close Learn more You're viewing YouTube in English (UK). Delete this file.

And why are you running 32? Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Watch this ! - Duration: 3:21. get redirected here Ran out Of video memory.

Chris OMG I was wondering if I was the only one who had this problem and I am glad i wasnt. View in gallery If wmpnetwk.exe is taking a lot of system resources, it probably means something is wrong. NancyJames, Jun 24, 2007 #1 Sponsor ODIN 0ERO Guest how much VIDEO RAM do you have?

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Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Me? Exiting" error when trying to play games. Choose your language. I don't think it should, since it has 3 GB of onboard RAM, but the Shared Memory is 1382 MB, so IDK.By Microsoft Licensing issues, I mean that Microsoft won't allow

You can change this preference below. lost hey man thanx a lot!! If it could be changed, I would. useful reference Dan Well, i got the service to stop, and yes it took a long time, but when i go to th e properties and attempt to change the "startup type" I

Harley Q. Helps Lab 158,773 views 1:49 Fix 100% CPU,Memory and Disk Usage - Duration: 5:40. VLC is using 1-2 CPU and less than 10 MB RAM. Advertisement NancyJames Thread Starter Joined: Feb 23, 2006 Messages: 75 Windows media player is killing my PC.

amnesiaaisenma said: TM is showing 710 MB RAM available out of 3304 MB, and 70 MB free. It had the same loads, so why is the newer and better PC running worse? Even with it disabled, various other processes are using 4-22% of my CPU resources which doesn't seem normal (CPU can't idle much). But I don't think the need should be.

or 11 - the black shiny one (dont want to risk opening it to check) I've uninstalled all the codecs that I'd ever installed and reinstalled them - no difference.