8918Re: [NTB] Out of System Resources (TClipBookList)
- Aug 19 6:22 PMHi DA,
>1. Seems to have something to do with either (or both) the numberI would like to know if you are seeing that after clicking on a
> of files open at the time I get the error or the size of the
> file that I am opening. When I have about 15 +/- 3 smallish
> files open I have to be prepared to get the error message.
Clip please. That is the only time I have seen it with monster
wizards and already having low resources at the time. Are you
running an anti-virus program? If so, shut it off and see if you
have the same results. Since this is an isolated problem, could
you reply to either the ntb-Beta list or Off-Topic please, or
private eMail is fine. Click and send:
You might try downloading Kernel Toys from Microsoft and use the
WinTop utility and see if there is a certain program eating up
your CPU time. Start them up and watch - sometimes a problem
program can hang for quite awhile using 90+% CPU time before
>3. While testing a routine that reports on available ram andYou ought to try NoteTab sometime; it is said to be the best text
>virtual user storage available, when loading NoteTab pushes ram
>to zero, I got a different message (sorry, I can't remember what
>it was) then the computer hung up and I had to do a reset and
>This might not be a NoteTab problem because some other (but not
>all) applications do this also. Maybe I have a system problem
>because I thought some of the ram should be spooling to disk as
>the available ram neared zero.
>#3 above is unrelated to the original problem.
>Anyhow, I still don't have any real complaints. NotePad is just
>fine for me!
editor on the market! <bg>
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