So I am using vista 64bit so I can get full use of my memory but it seems to be screwing up. My internet browser is slow and some pages don't load and when I close it and reopen it always says I have one open already so I always have to end task it. The system just doesnt seem to run like how it should. Just wondering if I go back to 32bit if I will still have a good system even though i will be losing a lot of my memory??? just rather have 32bit and not having my system bugging out.
I agree with the above. Downgrading to a 32-bit OS would be a big mistake on that build. The problems you're experiencing have nothing to do with a 64-bit OS. There are a number of things that could possibly be wrong with your system. Your CPU could be overheating and throttling to prevent damage. What are your idle and load CPU temps? You could be having RAM problems. Did you manually set the RAM speed/timings/voltage to the recommended specs in the BIOS? Did you run Memtest86+ overnight to test for RAM errors? Did you do a fresh install of your OS on your new system, or did you move the HD from another system? Are any of your components overclocked?
Recently Ive been getting alot of java errors in both firefox and ei8 on both my work XP system and home Vista 64. I have also been getting java automatic updates every few days. Is something going on with the latest java update?
OK so here are the info your asking for, I am using firefox, not sure how to get the idle and load cpu temps. I did not set the ram manually just popped them in, not great with the BIOS so didnt want to mess around in it. I dont have memtest86 and I did install a fresh copy of the OS. and no none of my components are overclocked.
there are alot of diff downloads for memtest 86 which one should i pick.
That depends entirely on how you intend to use Memtest. All the different downloads just give you options. Start off by clicking on the "Download (Pre-built & ISOs)" link. If you want to burn an ISO image to a CD, use the "Download - Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip)". If you want to use a USB thumb drive, use the "Download - Pre-Compiled EXE file for USB Key (Pure DOS)". If you want to use a floppy disk, use the "Download - Pre-Compiled package for Floppy (DOS - Win)".
You can't just copy the ISO file to a disk. You have to use software designed for burning ISO images. A Google search for "free iso image burning software" will give you a ton of options if you don't already have any software that will burn the ISO image to a disk.
OK...Are you asking what to do next? You'll need to make sure your optical drive is set up as the first boot device and boot from the new Memtest86+ CD. It should boot from the CD and start the memory test.