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Dynamic  Allocation. What is it!!

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I own a P133 with 16MB and Win95. I have a game called Masters of Magic which is a DOS game and can't be run through windows 95, it also uses expanded memory. I had this game up and running on a 486 system and never had any problems with it. When I first installed it on my P133 I
ran the game staight after and it seemed to run O.K. Then when I tried to run it again at a later date I got this message "Dynamic allocation too small for allocate space() of 3519" the number shown is not constant it changes if you run it again. I tried changing my config.sys (infact I
did play with it before the problem occurred but changing it back didn't seem to help) to no avail and turning off all devices didn't help either. Rebooting the system and going through start up step by step didn't reveal anything. I am now out of idea's and would appreciate any help anyone could give me. Send e-mail to < knight@merlin.net.au >

Thank you

Mike.
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