problem with cookies

November 25, 2009 at 08:19:44
Specs: Windows XP, Core Duo 1.8Ghz/2 GB DIMM 667 MHz
the directory of cookies is full
i set it to maximum but after 1-2 hours i use
internet it starts to use ram what results in
system sloving or ie7 creates memory access
violation and stops working
the reason why i set it to maximum is that
i have the slowest intenet connection(5 KB/s)
is it posibble to increase the size of cookies
saved or avoid using ram by cookies ?
thanks in advance



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#1
November 25, 2009 at 08:26:10
cookies have nothing to do with using ram [physical memory]

what do you mean your cookies folder is full? Drive can be full but a folder can't. Please explain.

Make sure are malware/spyware free as well as virus free. What software are you using?


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#2
November 25, 2009 at 08:33:54
in setup i set the folder size of cookies folder to 1024 Mb
there is choise from 8- 1024Mb and it is impossible to
set desired size from keyboard
Avast home edition 4.8 fully updated
the ram using is not increasing by itself as time passes
i've look to it two days ago
hour before the usage was 238 Mb
and now it is more than 292 Mb
approximately i have 1 hour left

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#3
November 25, 2009 at 08:35:16
C: drive has 18.4 Gb free

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#4
November 25, 2009 at 08:46:48
i deleted all cookies but no result
yeah , seems like spywere or virus

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#5
November 25, 2009 at 08:57:18
"i've look to it two days ago
hour before the usage was 238 Mb
and now it is more than 292 Mb
approximately i have 1 hour left"

hour left until what?

292meg out of 2gig of memory is NOTHING. This is not a concern unless you have a rouge program running. Have you reviewed task manager processes?

Have you run
chkdsk /f
disk cleanup
defrag

PS you can edit your posts to add information instead of continually posting a new piece of information.


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#6
November 25, 2009 at 09:16:03
instead i have only 1 gig
i'm aware of utils you wrote about thanks i appreciate it
i'll try to solve it by myself somehow
possibly it is because of spyware

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#7
November 25, 2009 at 09:28:27
spybot and adaware are good and free. So is malwarebytes which is another good software.

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#8
November 25, 2009 at 23:08:19
when i quit iexpl the usage of ram returns to previos size
does it mean ie has self problems ?
thanks ill try

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#9
December 1, 2009 at 10:29:48
Hi. I never store cookies they are TRacker progrmmes really. They arent really needed. I bookmark a page or write it down. Every site visited is easily revisited. Write WWW adresses down. Dload CCleaner at CCleaner.com use the Hippo dload and clean out your files every day the Menu choice allows you to check Registry as well and select what Files you wish cleaned.
. Very good.
Run Mcrsft Security Essentials for a good system scan and Malwarebytes I also use Comodo Packet.
Do a defragmentaion on C and D drive.
IE 7 is always susceptible to hackers. I find at times Google is also unstable especially their gmail. In your System punch up Drive Cleaner in Tools and run that also. Try using Opera a very good Browser not full of ads great Speedlink frontpage and more. hope it helps :-)

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#10
December 1, 2009 at 22:01:02
thanks , kiwipc
i'm already using opera it takes some to find server on it
but it don't make problems as IE7"memory acces violation"
i'm completely fed with it even if it has better speed and
response
i want to uninstall it completely if its possible
thanks, see ya

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