Warning: This solution requires that you edit the registry. Improper editing of the registry may cause Windows to function incorrectly or become unresponsive. Please be sure to make a backup of the registry before continuing with the steps below. For instructions on how to backup the registry, view the following article: How to backup the registry in Windows XP
1. Click start, run, type regedit
2. Locate and click key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management
3. Create new DWORD value
4. In the new value #1, type PoolUsageMaximum, press enter
5. Right click on modify new entry, in Value data, type 60, click decimal and press enter
6. You may need to create PagedPoolSize entry if it does not exist.
7. To create PagePoolSize, on edit menu, click on new, click on DWORD value
8. In the new value #1, type PagePoolSize, press enter
9. Right click and click modify, in the data value, type ffffffff and click ok
10. Exit registry editor and restart computer.