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Old 05-08-2005, 10:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone heard of the BB memory manager? Where can it be downloaded?
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I'd also be interested in this program...Additionally, I'd also like some information on specific task you can do with it.

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What exactly do you mean by memory manager?
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sounds to me like something that is built in to the BB OS
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Dawgsounds to me like something that is built in to the BB OS
Possibly, and that is what I was thinking, but I have had memory problems before to the point where nothing would function, so I dont think it kicked in.
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