Total physical memory windows xp Tags: Windows XP Physical Memory Last response: July 28, 2010 3:57 AM in Windows XP Share Anonymous July 28, 2010 12:31:22 AM Hello, I am running xp pro and my mem sticks our 512 and 256 its reading somewhere in the 760 of physical mem but state available is only 256 is this normal? More about : total physical memory windows treefrog07 July 28, 2010 1:41:17 AM Yes, various processes and system files can easily use 1/2 or more of your RAM. If the OS/apps needs more, it will use the pagefile.sys on your HDD for memory functions. m 0 l aford10 July 28, 2010 3:57:04 AM What is showing 256? Right click on my computer-->properties-->how much RAM is it showing? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Out of 4 gigs of physical memory (RAM) only 255 mb total in task manager in windows 7 Forum How to check the physical memory in windows xp on 2gb Forum SolvedIntalled physical memory greater than total physical memory Forum Windows xp dumping physical memory to disk Forum How to check the physical memory in windows xp on 2gb Forum Increase physical memory of windows xp sp3 in registry Forum Physical memory windows xp Forum Windows XP Physical Memory Limitations Forum windows XP can't show Physical Memory in System Properity Forum Total Memory/physical memory Forum Should total installed and physical memory the same? Forum Total vs. Available physical memory Forum SolvedWindows 7 "Dumping Physical Memory to Disk" message - what does it mean? Forum SolvedI bought and installed new memory (2g) to push it to a total of 3g. my computer flashed the blue screen after the windoes XP l Forum Windows 7 not registering full physical memory Forum No physical memory error... for Windows Boot Manager. The system cannot continue. Forum Why doesn't windows use all available physical memory ? Forum "No Physical Memory available at the location for Windows Boot Manager" Forum Physical memory increase tool in xp Forum How to tell XP I have increased physical memory Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !