graphics memory allocates a certain amount of your computers memory
(RAM) to your computer's graphics system.
computer examines your RAM and finds areas that have not been
recently accessed or used. It
then uses those empty areas of RAM as virtual memory, allowing
your computer to render graphics faster and more efficiently.
applications such as games or photo-editing software may require
a higher amount of virtual memory. If
this happens, you will receive a pop-up box stating that your
virtual memory is low.
Windows XP and newer operating systems you can increase the size
of your virtual memory through the Control Panel.
Click the "Start" button and open your Control Panel.
Click the "System and Maintenance" button and then select
the "System" option.
"Advanced System Settings" in the left pane of the window.
Enter the administrator password if you are prompted.
Click the "Settings" box at the top of the pop-up window
under the "Performance" section.
the "Advanced" tab and in the virtual memory section
click the "Change" button.
Unselect the option "Automatically manage paging file size
for all drives."
Select the radio button beside "Custom Size." Enter
new values into the Initial Size and Maximum Size value boxes
and click the "Set" button, then click "OK."
Exit the system windows and close the Control Panel.
thats it done.