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    I keep getting run time errors and out of memory errors. I am useing windows XP SP1. I added memory and virtual memory. Nothing is helping. Any ideas?

  • #2
    Just shootin in the wind, whens the last itme you did a defrag on your computer? For that matter, if you are and I ssume so, if you can read this, do you have spyware remover software? Have you ran it? Spyware will eat up your memory. It runs all the time.


    • #3
      try system settings, c drive
      virtual memory etc..
      you may have already !
      DR Watson shut me down again !!!! :mad: Smoke break:eek:


      • #4
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        • #5
          Try lowering your video resolution and to 16bit if not already. We still have random PCDLRN shutdowns at the moment. They happen every now and then. It is probably a PCDMIS bug. We are still using MR1 though.
          I used to be high on life but I built up a tolerance.

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          PCDMIS CAD++ v2011mr2



          • #6
            This is the error I keep getting. I am running 3.7 mr2 on windows XP sp1. I am also running Pcdmis through A VB front end.

            Run-time error '-2147417851(80010105)':
            Automation error
            The server threw an exception


            • #7
              I try to give pcdmis as much of the system resources as possible. I am running XP with the Performance Settings set to "Adjust for best performance". Right click, MyComputer, Properties, Advanced Tab, select Performance Settings. It is not as pretty as the other selections but it does not contain the MS toolbar resource leak issue.


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