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Not enough memory

By cruffin ·
I just upgraded a Compaq DPEN/P350 WINNT4.0SP6a from 64 to 128MB RAM after receiving the following error while trying to run Internet Connection Wizard: "There is not enough memory to continue. close down one or more applications and try again." All indications are that the memory is available. Also, when I 2-click IE, nothing happens - no hour glass, no messages. Nothing in the Event Log.

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by fred07 In reply to Not enough memory

Hi
Sounds like your memory is not fully seated or you have incompatable chips.
If you are using one chip then reseat it.
if you are using 2 64 meg chips then one is incompatable with the other.
Go back to original chip and see if the problem corrects itself.
fred

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Uninstalled/reinstalled IE6

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by mrbill- In reply to Not enough memory

Check your RAM to make sure they are seated properly. Also check your pagefile size:
on desktop right/click My Computer, select properties. Go to Performance tab, click [CHANGE] button. In initial size put at least 150, in Max put same. Click [SET] button. Check your regestry size to make sure you have enough memory, but not more than 2x current. [OK], [OK], [YES] to restart.

Hope this helps.

Bill

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by cruffin In reply to

Uninstalled/reinstalled IE6

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by jschein In reply to Not enough memory

The message your are receiving is not from actuall memory, but virtual memory. Easy fix...

Right click my computer, goto properties....

goto advanced tab and you should see performance options. Your virtual memory is probably set at 75-125... Depending on the space available, you need to increase tht size to al least 257mb min and max.

Good Luck.

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by cruffin In reply to

Uninstalled/reinstalled IE6

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