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NT4- Virtual memory Low.

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Dear experts, I am currently using NT4 to process some data, but now it give me a virtual memory low. n I try to increase the virtual memory size, but i get the error message after I restarting the windows. the message is
'At lease one service or driver failed during system startup.use event viewer to examine the event log for details'

 then when I go to the event viewer then I found that the event ID is 7026, and the message is 'the following boot start or system - start driver(s) failed to load : Mouclass'
  can anybody give me the answer how to solve it , remove this message.
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by:gikam
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do u still get the "virtual memory low"?
the event has nothing to do with the memory. If your mouse is still working then, for sure u changed the mouse from a serial one to a PS2. or viceversa. If u want to get rid of the message then u need to find the "serial mouse" service and turn it off. (probably now it is Automatic start)
good luck
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by:GeertJon
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What gikam means is devices in the control panel, not services, for the rest, I agree
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by:gikam
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geertjon,
sorry, I mixed them up. I always forget. Thanks
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GHemphill earned 50 total points
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You may have low disk space where the paging file resides.  You might consider moving the paging file to a different drive than the system.
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by:lbseong
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Dear experts, my hard disk got 20 GB, I just use up 8 GB only...and this thing happen (low of virtual memory) after some of program is running, and i think this is cause by some of the program.
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Look in Task manager and find out who is taking up RAM!
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