Hey guys! I use Windows 7 64bit edition. I used to have 4 gbs of ram but then my brother took it back to his. So im running Windows 7 64bit with 2gb's of ram.
Basically my problem is , random freezings but not short ones , i actually have to restart PC. I wish i could be more specific than that but i can't. But one thing , it seems it happens when i have Itunes open. Now what i was thinking maybe , is that im running Windows 7 64bit (which is heavy on PC i think) AND Itunes (which is heavy on PC i think) with only 2gb's of RAM , and that is making my computer freeze/crash. Wondering if anyone could give me any insight on this or if i should switch to 32 bit ?
Thanks! Sorry for my bad explaining btw!! Regards , Zoof.
You would have the same issues with Windows 7 / 32 as you are experiencing now.
Microsoft love posting "minimum and recomended" specificatiosn for their products - which if all you are running is Windows - however in the majority of cases you will find Anti Virus software, and various other items that run on startup. Have a look in the Process tab in Task Manager and see where orwhat is using your memory. also check for high amounts of CPU useage as this might also be the cause.
Failing that you need to buy some more RAM
I've seen posts here complaining that iTunes causes stability problems...
I agree that switching to 32-bit probably won't help.