example 128mb phy mem = 192mb virt mem. "BB"
Just check your virtual memory settings to confirm they are set correct and we'll take it from there. Program Won’t Run – Gives Director Player Requires 3MB of Virtual Memory ErrorID: 13Category: Error MessagesStatus: ResolvedViews: 6628 Question: Title is self explanatory. Are you installing using Compatibility Mode? While reading about changing the virtual memory (which I'd already tried) it occurred to me that this is happening to new computers and so maybe reducing instead of increasing the virtual
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Was working okay on my old Pc with Windows XP Pro. Unless you're dealing with a DOS game, then you probably need to edit the Program Information File (PIF) for the game itself to allow EMS or XMS memory allocations. It satys until I move my mouse and when I leave my mouse for a sec it comes back. any ideas on what to do Feb 6, 2006 #1 kirock TS Rookie Posts: 1,221 You went into MyComputer (right click )and goto : properties/advanced tab/advanced tab (again) and at
Thanks 2 1/17/2005 (5:59 pm) by John Cortellacci John Cortellacci (1 Posts) "Have a new pc and get error: Director Player 5.0 error - need at least 3 MB virtual hal Guest Posts: n/a virtual memory Posted: 04-18-2004, 08:40 PM playing tiger woods 2004 it continal slows down to increase virtual memoryHave dell 2100 with 128 ram Have set pageing b.. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/38299-45-director-player-error If necessary, you can reverse the setting later.
Perfedt fix. However, it said that when I was trying to open up a CD that had extra features on it. I don't want to use it to play games, in fact I don't seem to have it on my machine. A defrag might help too.
The system just puts itself into different resolution and displays error message Thanks John john Chris H. LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks DaniWeb IT Discussion Community Join DaniWeb Log In Hardware and Software Programming Digital Media Community Center Start New Discussion within our Microsoft Windows Community Hardware and By default it is a C:\ other things you also need to check out is requirements of your Game. Workaround is to set the projector file to Read-Only, or copy it to a non-networked drive if it resides on a shared drive, or more permanent solution is to comment out
Maybe it's an error the software you a running, you might try uninstall/reinstall the learning game. http://applecountry.net/director-player/director-player-error-3-mb-virtual-memory.php Yes dosbox with help you. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Can anybody help?
Drama. If you receive a message that you will need to restart the computer for settings to take effect, click OK. 12. The most common solution for this type of problem is to install a DOS emulator like DosBox . news Feb 6, 2006 #5 ender TS Rookie Posts: 94 nyr2002nyr, how old is that learning game that you've got?
The ME computer is much more powerful...i.e. If you receive a message that you will need to restart the computer for settings to take effect, click OK. 12. Now I can't even listen to it because of it.
Tiffany Elena E. winXP SP1 is on an 80 GB partition. The Virtual Memory window opens 8. Any new computer should have that much virtual memory.
Truthfully though i would get VMWares Virtual player. Click on the System icon at the bottom of the window. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... More about the author so that programs can still run.
dionpugil, Dec 23, 2004 #3 Turcoloco MajorGeek dionpugil said: Thanks for the response!!! Director 5.0 is nowhere on my computer and the help from David_b didn't work. so, yes, it gets annoying.