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Am I understanding correctly? You're running XP on a system with only 64MB RAM & you disabled virtual memory? Why the heck would you do that?? VM should ALWAYS be enabled, but it's especially important on systems with low RAM. Re-enable it & let Windows handle it.
Speaking of RAM, 64MB doesn't meet the minimum requirement for XP. 128MB is the minimum & even that's not enough. 256MB will work OK, but 512MB should be considered the minimum for a decent "XP experience". If you have no intentions of adding more RAM, you should seriously consider dumping XP & replacing it with Windows 98/ME or possibly Windows 2000.