Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
I was normally working on my Adobe Photoshop 7 and suddenly at next session the computer rejects to initialize this programme giving reason of not enough RAM memory despite my computer having 256 MB of RAM, and though I have not kept anything unsaved on my computer. Why this problem, can you help me.
Please check if it is written "low virtual memory".
then use any cleaner software which help to increase the virtual memory of your computer.
And if the problem accured in your ram then tell to your hardware person.
Posted on May 15, 2008
The solution is to increase your virtual memory size...
Considering Win XP SP2 system.. the following procedure may be used to increase ur virtual memory / page file size...
Right click 'My Computer' --> Properties --> 'Advanced' Tab --> 'Performance' Settings --> 'Advanced' Tab --> 'Virtual Memory' Change --> Type in a custom size of 1024MB or something like that (not too much) --> Press 'Set' --> Close the windows --> restart -->DONE!!!
I hope that this solves your problem
Have a nice day
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