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Program too big to fit in memory. I keep getting this message on windows 7 when i run .exe files or applications. I need to fix this.

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  • Raphael Josiah Aug 02, 2010

    This is a new install. I think its a virus

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First off how much memory do you have what is the exact error message. What programs does this happen on. Please give me as much information as you can so I can assist you further.
Thank you,
Lee

Posted on Aug 02, 2010

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  • Raphael Josiah Aug 02, 2010

    2 gb ddr2,ram
    2.2ghz
    256mb vid card

    Any executable files i run. eg micosoft fix.exe
     

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    Lee A. Aug 02, 2010

    First off a new install of what? Most likely it could be a virus or spyware or something else happening that shouldn't be. Try hitting ctrl+alt+delete and ending programs that are taking up a large amount of resources. Make sure they aren't system dependent stuff. Then I would use malware bytes to search for what the problem is.
    www.malwarebytes.org
    If you need to boot into safe mode and install and run malware bytes.
    Let me know if you need further assistance.
    Thank you,
    Lee



  • Raphael Josiah Aug 02, 2010

    ok. u said a program that wont install. a box quickly comes on screen then dissappears saying:"Program too big to fit in memory". So i cant install. I will try to run in safe mode.


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    Lee A. Aug 02, 2010

    Did you try ctrl+alt+delete and ending programs like i said? It definitely sounds like a virus and you will need to get into safe mode to try and install malware bytes so you can run it and try and remove this virus/spyware. If you that is out of your technical capability. You may need to reformat and reinstall the OS entirely.
    Thanks,
    Lee


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Please let me know the name of the program. Also, it's important if you can let me know the programs installed on your system and the system configuration.

(this isn't a solution, this is only a clarification)

Awaiting.
Thank You.

Posted on Aug 02, 2010

  • Raphael Josiah Aug 02, 2010

    this is a fresh install. no addons


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    Lebanon Raingam Aug 02, 2010

    Sorry, I can't assume your system configuration myself. I better opt out. You can still ask for other expert's assistance.




    Good luck




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