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Method 2: Exclude the Svchost.exe file
Add the Svchost.exe executable file to the Aventail Connect exclusion list. The Svchost.exe file is stored in the %Systemroot%\System32 folder. For example, this file may be in the following location:
For information about how to do this, please contact Aventail Connect.
If your computer does not have the random access memory (RAM) that is needed to run a program or an operation, Windows uses virtual memory to compensate.
Virtual memory combines the computer’s RAM with temporary space on your hard disk. When RAM runs low, virtual memory moves data from RAM to a space that is called a "paging file." Moving data to and from the paging file frees RAM to complete its work.
Typically, the more RAM your computer has, the faster your programs will run. If a lack of RAM is slowing your computer, you might want to increase virtual memory to compensate. However, your computer can read data from RAM much more quickly than from a hard disk. Therefore, adding RAM is a better solution.
Virtual memory and error messages
If you receive error messages about low virtual memory, you must add more RAM or increase the size of your paging file to run the programs on your computer. Windows usually manages the virtual memory size automatically. But you can manually change the size of virtual memory if the default size is insufficient.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
308417 How to set performance options in Windows XP
For more information about Windows XP Home Edition system requirements, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
If these Microsoft Knowledge Base articles do not help you resolve the problem, or if you experience symptoms that differ from those that this article describes, please search the Microsoft Knowledge Base for more information. To search the Microsoft Knowledge Base, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Then, type the text of the error message that you receive, or type a description of the problem in the Search Support (KB) field.
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