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  • Fri, Nov 7 2008 2:24 PM

    Program too big to fit in memory

    Hi,

    Every time I run the setup a black screen pops up and disappears in a sec or two. As far as i can say the black screen is a command promt dialog box. anyways I right click on properties and unchecked the close on exit option, to read what was in the black box and it said " program too big to fit in memory ".

    I'm using a laptop which has 2 gb of ram and dual core processor. I often use the ready boost in Vista with my 2 gb pendrive. My physical memory usage is at 35% most of the time.

    what do i do?

  • Fri, Nov 7 2008 5:56 PM In reply to

    Re: Program too big to fit in memory

     

    did you read the system requirements for your version of Avid? You also know Vista is not supported for your version?

    What to do... not use vista?, upgrade to MC? Use vista and MC and buy some memory? Wink

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  • Tue, Nov 11 2008 1:45 PM In reply to

    • AK-Jake
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    Re: Program too big to fit in memory

    Buy a certified system?  Smile

    Let me just make sure I understand something:  are you trying to run Windows Vista off of a THUMBDRIVE?  That's the impression I got from your posting.

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  • Tue, Nov 11 2008 6:37 PM In reply to

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    Re: Program too big to fit in memory

    Vista has a feature called Readyboost that can utilize a USB thumb drive for additional memory, in theory to boost system speed.  I think that is what he means.

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  • Wed, Nov 12 2008 10:33 PM In reply to

    • AK-Jake
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    Re: Program too big to fit in memory

    I was suspecting the same thing, but I just wanted to make certain.

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