Tom Ramcigam (magicmarmot) wrote,
Tom Ramcigam
magicmarmot

I am currently running a process which is consuming 100% of my CPU resources, and 100% of my available virtual memory. I have 128M in the machine, and the process is running flatline at 288M, which means it is *constantly* swapping stuff out to the hard drive.

This process will take somewhere around four to six hours because of all the swapping.

I have had a memory upgrade requested for over two months. Today they tried to install one, but the memory was incompatible, and I BSODed.

So tra-la, I am doing the electronic equivalent of watching paint dry.
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