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    Default flash memory stick for graphics

    I have an HP pavilion ze4300 laptop with 256mb of memory using XP. The graphics scheme shares the 256mb and during intense graphics demand can slow the system down.

    I have a 64mb fash memory stick (USB) that I would like to use to "beef up" my overall memory during intense gaming. Is this even possible?

    Is there a way to instruct windows to access this memory stick similarly to using a harddrive for virtual memory?

    SpringsDude

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    Neat theory, but I don't think so. Even if you could 320 RAM is not really enough to even run XP well. XP can run with less than 256, but really needs, itself, 512 MB.

    With high end games think you need to look beyond 512 MB if the PC can support it.

    Cheers

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    If you want to add memory, check out this link.
    http://www.crucial.com/store/listpar...ries&submit=Go