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Memory Configuration Keeps Changing to System Cache

Posted on 2011-03-06
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I have a few desktops XP and 7 that change their memory configuration from Programs to System Cache.

How Do I stop this from happening?  I don't care what programs they have on their desktops it does not

need them to be in the System Cache Configuration.

How do I stop this from happening.

Cjoego
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Yes That is correct.  In Xp and 2008 Servers is says Programs and System CAche
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Does anyone have any Idea why it keeps moving over From:

Programs  to either (Background Serivces) Server or (System Cache) Desktops?

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Anyone with thoughts
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The Memory Config changed over to System Cache again....

What keeps doing this....any thoughts?   Any memory Tweeks to help?
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I kept asking for help why it moves
From Programs to background Services and got no Response.
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