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"Not enough memory to run microsoft excel."

"Not enough memory to run Microsoft excel. Please close other applications and try again." is the error message when I try to open Excel. System has enough Free storage capacity. I tried after closing all other applications... still no use. Also tried renaming the msohelp.exe with .old extension. Could not find Mso9intl.dll and Msoffice.exefiles to rename with.old extension.
Tried reinstalling, uninstalling and repairing Office XP yet issue persists.
Please help on this issue.

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It is conflicy with win xp updates.
check your ram.
go to device amanger then advanceced increase your virual memory to 1.5 *your rammmeory.

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