When rendering a DVD your CPU should be consumed by the task. Memory isn't the issue here but the computations needed to render the work.
Not long ago I upgraded my system's ram from 1GB to 2GB to somewhat improve my system's performance,
Windows XP sp2
AMD Athlon 64 3000+
Nvidia GeForce 6200 512MB Turbocache
It's not the fastest system but it's been running fine so far,
My question is:
I use my system to create my family DVDs and photo albums with the aid of various DVD authoring software but i recently noticed that my CPU usage while authoring was at 100% which is understandable as it's not dualcore and it's not the best out there but my RAM was 1500MB free about 74% free,
Is there a way to commit RAM to aid the CPU in processing?
(I would not like to overclock the CPU as I am not too savvy there as i could cause some serious harm to my system)
I once used a diagnostics software called SiSandra or something similar and i think it had an option to use free RAM to help the CPU, but i'm not sure how i would go about it,
What would you recommend for me to make use of the free RAM instead of the CPU sweating at 100% usage and the RAM lazing about,
Many thanks in advance for any replies