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Error Message: "Program too big to fit in memory"

Postby mrwawa » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 09:27:37 GMT

I am running Windows XP at home and have Office XP installed.  The
problem is that I need to use equation editor and it is not displayed,
but I found a fix.  The problem is that when I try to run setup.exe
from the command prompt off the CD, I get the error message referenced
above.  I have checked and there seems to be enough memory.  Also, I
having seen references to an old virus that gives the same message
(green joker), but my virus scan doesn't find any viruses.  Any
suggestions of what I should do.  I really need equation editor.

Thanks

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"Matt" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message
news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
> Hi all,
>
> I can't seem to figure this out.  There's a game I have on CD that I
> installed perfectly on this computer (Windows XP Home) perhaps two or
three
> weeks ago.  Now when I try to run the setup file (same CD) I get the error
> message, "program too big to fit in memory" in a console window.  Then it
> closes.  I checked out Google and the groups already but no-one ever gave
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>
> Windows XP Home (with Service Pack 1)
> 512 MB DDR RAM
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>
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> one I get that error message.  I can't recall installing or doing anything
> major to this PC since it worked last  Does anyone have ANY suggestions?
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Hi all,

I can't seem to figure this out.  There's a game I have on CD that I
installed perfectly on this computer (Windows XP Home) perhaps two or three
weeks ago.  Now when I try to run the setup file (same CD) I get the error
message, "program too big to fit in memory" in a console window.  Then it
closes.  I checked out Google and the groups already but no-one ever gave an
actual answer as to what the problem might be.  My specs are as follows:

Windows XP Home (with Service Pack 1)
512 MB DDR RAM
Pentium 2.4 GHZ
80GB Hard Drive (13 gigs free)

I don't understand it.  The CD works fine on another XP machine, but this
one I get that error message.  I can't recall installing or doing anything
major to this PC since it worked last  Does anyone have ANY suggestions?
Thanks,

    Matt


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