How do I increase the size of my clipboard memory?
I'm one of those dumb persons that jacks with settings on his computer, and later realizes that he's screwed things up.
I can hardly ever get anything copied or pasted because I have screwed up my clipboard memory size. I remember messing with those settings, but I can't remember at all how to get back to that magical place to change it again.
I'm using Windows XP still, and thanks in advance if you can help me solve this problem.
Windows XP clipboard size is dependent upon the about of free memory you have.
You maybe thinking of Virtual Memory also known as page filing.
Page filing can be set but not clipboard size.
I hope this helps. If your question is related to Virtual Memory size then please respond and let me known,
Hey well copy/paste is the issue...I can hardly get it done without trying ten times, or even more.
So...how would I increase the page filling to a normal level...as I'm fairly certain I messed up the setting, whatever setting it is.
Here is a link to solve your virtual memory issue
http://www.microsoft.com/resources/docu … x?mfr=true
Message if you need further help or email: email@example.com
I just changed it to "system managed" - as surely that would be the default.
I'm about to see if I can copy and paste again in a normal sort of way.
Thanks very much for those links and your time!
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