Why does some of the text I have typed disappear when I capitalize a letter for a new word? Could it be that the logical drive doesn't have a paging file?
Posted on 2009-05-08
Fujitsu LifeBook S6240
Total Physical Memory 512 MB
Available Physical memory 92 MB, Available virtual memory 1.96 GB (with just IE open)
The amount of text that disappears sometimes when I capitalize a letter varies. I can get the text back if I put the cursor where the text is first missing and right click and choose UNDO. It happens in various applications. It did not happen in the first year or so of using my computer. It did happen in an earlier computer. It does not happen if I type the capital letter slowly - I am a fairly fast typist. It seems that the more text I have typed, the more frequently the problem occurs.
The laptop computer has one drive, but we divided it into logical drives. C has the operating system and programs, another has files, another finance program data, another photos, another word processing and spread sheet data, another internet files, etc.
In looking for a cause of my problem, I discovered that ONLY LOGICAL Drive C has a PAGING File. Its initial size is 756 and its maximum 1512. 2990 is available. Could I solve the problem by making paging files in the other drives?