Question Which freeware allow to record screen 3gig ram win7

anaturelover

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hi
i have a dell precision m90 3g ram

i had problem with @free screen video recorder @ program . i installe cable input to solve it .
now when i record the sound is not good i miss some words.

which other freeware no time limit you know works well?

and is 3 gig ram the problem? i hae win7 32
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eXPedient Demise

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More RAM will be of help all round, 8GB should be minimum these days. Upgrade to Windows 10, and it has it's own built in recording options, etc.

What are you trying to record exactly ? Gaming session ?
 
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anaturelover

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im recording just what is on my screen not gaming at the same time.

is win10 32 bit more ressources consuming than win7 32?

if i switch to win 10 do i still need more ram?
idont feel like upgrading to w10...
can i get away with w7 this pc and not adding ram?
 

hang-the-9

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im recording just what is on my screen not gaming at the same time.

is win10 32 bit more ressources consuming than win7 32?

if i switch to win 10 do i still need more ram?
idont feel like upgrading to w10...
can i get away with w7 this pc and not adding ram?
As the above post, you have a slow CPU and not a lot of RAM, you probably need a faster system to record smoothly. Seems VLC Media player can record, that is free https://filmora.wondershare.com/screen-recorder/record-screen-with-vlc-on-windows.html
 

Wolfshadw

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I would also note that your Windows 7 32-bit OS limits you to 4GB of addressable memory space; some of that is taken up by your existing hardware. You can't just add more memory to your system. You need to update it to a 64-bit OS and the only Windows platform supported any more is Windows 10.

-Wolf sends
 

deesider

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You should try OBS - it is free, open source and very popular. https://obsproject.com/

OBS provides recording (and streaming of course) with many configuration options. Officially it requires windows 8, but also has instructions for disabling Aero on Windows 7 - so there is a good chance it will still work with Windows 7.

Due to your not so powerful setup, you may need to test a few options to see what will work. Generally less compression will be easier, but that needs to be balanced with quality and file size.
 

eXPedient Demise

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That error would generally indicate you're running onboard video, which wouldn't help things either.

Honestly, I'd save some funds and by an old i5 3/4xxx system with a dedicated video card. You'll find it will work a lot better and save you hassle.
 

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