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Microsoft I/E Popup?

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by joe2cool, Jan 24, 2003.

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  1. joe2cool

    joe2cool Thread Starter

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    Hi !Just wondered if anyone could help........on clicking a certain date within system restore a 'Microsoft Popup says 'Out of memory line 127', other dates OK ! ;)

    Just wondering what this meant as I have never had one before, I certainly have alot of memory if anything to do with that ? ;)

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  2. columbo

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    So how much memory do you have?

    This could be resulting in the error (Straight from MS: "On computers with large amounts of RAM, the maximum cache size can be large enough that Vcache consumes all of the addresses in the system arena, leaving no virtual memory addresses available for other functions.")

    In other words, you may have to go into your system.ini and reduce the amount of memory that vcache uses (under the entry maxfilecache).

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  3. joe2cool

    joe2cool Thread Starter

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    Cheers !!

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  4. joe2cool

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    Hi ! Columbo, appears to be one particular date, creating other restore points no problem, no pop up ? :confused:


    Thx !! Again


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