virtual memory leak in flash ??

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Hi everyone!

basically i had been working in flash on this project no problems when one time i opened it up and tryed to go to one the scenes with my document and it came up with this error msg -

http://members.iinet.net.au/~elevate/error/

anyone have any ideas ? ?

i know it cant be a hardware, cos i know my computer is more than capable to handle it.

Thnx Wakeup! :?:
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reboot and try again?

that's a windows message about flash, not vice versa.
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i rebooted many times, still get the same thing everytime i go into flash, ive formatted my computer (needed it) ive reinstalled flash mx, and still the same problem, is there anyway i can allocate more memory to flash within the program or is this soully going to be a windows problem?

so frustrating, got soo much work to do :(
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the only time i've ever gotten that message was when I had
8 IE, photoshop with 6 images open, flash mx, thumbsPlus,
winamp, nero, and who knows how many other things open
at one time. All I did was reboot, so that's why I suggested it.

if you reformatted and reinstalled, then I don't know what to
suggest. How about uninstalling flash and reinstalling again...

maybe it's a bad file in there somewhere.
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Maybe check MM's site to see if there's a patch? Check Micro$oft's WindowsUpdate, see if there's any new patches there?

After rebooting, that'd be the next place I looked.
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i have to ask, so forgive me...is this a 'legal' copy of flash?
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I'd recommend adding more memory to your system.
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Hello,

I hope this works. . . .

The key to your problem is memory. I am going to guess that you have turned off your VIRTUAL memory, or are running very low system memore(under 512)

Both of these may give you this error. You shoudl sheck your virtual memory and then make sure it is sufficient with your available memory.

I am suspecting that everything has been running good and glorious until your virtual memory filled up, became corrupt, or got turned off. If you have less than %10 of your hard drive free, you will encounter many memory errors within Windows Operating systems.

I always build/recommend that your OS be installed on a separate drive with AT LEAST 10 gigs of free space. For windows xp os, this would be a 15 Gig drive/partition, allowing 10 gigs of free space, for system files, internet update, etc. . . . NEVER INSTALL PROGRAMS ONTO THIS DRIVE.

You should run a second partition that will hold all installs of your software. Also, you should run another drive/partition as a scratch disk if you do any video editing, huge projects with ADOBE software, Or extra large files etc. . . . This will ensure a smooth operating system, easier defragmentation, and separation of virus/corrupt files. Also makes re-formatting a lot easier!

I bet your HD filled up, and there isn't enought spare room on the drive for flash to compile your project.

Good luck

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