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Virtual Memory settings for Exchange 2007 / Windows Server 2008

I have a Dual Xeon (2.8) Server with 4gb RAM, running Server 2008 and Exchange 2007 (1tb RAID 1 disks).  I have over 700gb left on the array and I am having problems with virtual memory.  based on the above, what should I commit to VM and just to be precise, what EXACTLY should I enter in the min and max fields when I make the change?
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
Microsoft recommends to use 1.5 times your RAM size if your RAM is less than 8gb.
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royteo86Commented:
set 6144MB for both the min and max for the Virtual Memory
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-Juddy-Author Commented:
Just upped to 6gb, what should I enter?
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royteo86Commented:
u just upped the ram to 6GB ? add 9216 into the server =) into both the options
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royteo86Commented:
if there are still issues post the error here. so i can troubleshoot
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
If you have 6gb RAM, then configure your virtual memory as 9gb (1.5 times). Do you have enough hard disk space on the C drive?
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-Juddy-Author Commented:
I do yes, just so I'm 100% what EXACT min / max values do I enter in the VM fields?
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
Configure 9214 as min and 9216 as max.
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-Juddy-Author Commented:
Done.  Looks like I have other issues though....

Boots in safe mode no problem, when I boot normally it just hangs on the press ctrl alt del screen, does not respond to keystrokes.  Any ideas to start troubleshooting?
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