7.3.5 Configuring the settings related to a memory dump
< NOTE >
Before starting a procedure in this subsection, you must log on to the local
computer by using an administrator account registered on the computer (as a
member of the Administrators group).
(1) Configuring virtual memory
1. Click Start > Control Panel > System and Security. Then click System.
2. Under Task on the left side of the window, click Advanced system settings.
3. If you see User Account Control window, click Yes.
4. On the Advanced tab page, click Settings under Performance.
5. In the Performance Options window, click the Advanced tab. Under Virtual
memory, click Change.
6. Clear the Automatically manage paging file size for all drives check box.
7. In the Drive list, select the drive that stores the paging file you want to change. For the
sake of explanation, assume C: (system drive) is clicked here.
8. Select Custom size. In the Initial size (MB) or Maximum size (MB) box, type the
new size of the paging file in megabytes. Then click Set.
Note that the initial size must be at least the Recommended size shown under Total
paging file size for all drives. The Recommended size equals 1.5 times the total size
of the main memory of the equipment.
9. Click OK.
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