or page file as XP calls it. HOWEVER this has nothing to do with resources, nor does the amount of memory that you have.
Basically you simply have too many programs loading when the computer boots. Each one grabs a portion of the very small memory pool devoted to resources [64 K for the pool that gets reported], actually there is an additional pool but the warning is based on the 64 K pool and that is K].
Re programs opening, it is also possible that one of them in a memory leak and keeps taking more resources and never returns them.
First, assume that it is only too many programs opening at boot. The following links should help solve your problem and clear up the misunderstanding.
Is it possible to allocate virtual memory to an extra harddrive (slave drive)? I keep getting low memory,or
system resources low warnings. I am running Windows 98 SE with 64mg Ram, and 166mg processor.